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Pick up/Drop off 24/7 in doorman building near Yankee Stadium. Nearest subway 161 Yankee stadium D/4 Train. I'm two blocks away. Parking in front of building (hydrant) for easy pick up.

Voigtlander 40mm Prime Lens f/2 (cap, rear) Ultron SL

EF/EOS mount The 40mm f/2.0 Ultron SL II Aspherical Lens for Canon from Voigtlander is an ultra-sharp manual focus lens for use on Canon full frame DSLRs and SLRs. When mounted on a camera with an APS-C size sensor the focal length translates to 60mm. The lens' manual focus action is very smooth and precise and its aspherical, multi-coated optics create sharp images with minimal aberration. Metering and exposure information is passed between lens and camera thanks to the lens' CPU which provides auto-functions with virtually every compatible Canon 35mm and digital SLR. Included with the 40mm F/2.0 Ultron is a close-up (macro) conversion lens that offers a minimum focus distance of 9.85" (25 cm). The close-up lens is attached via a 52-39mm adapter. In addition to attaching the close-up lens, the adapter allows the attachment of 39mm filters and serves as a lens hood to deflect unwanted light and protect the lens. 40mm provides ideal 'normal' focal length and welcomed alternative to more common 35mm and 50mm lenses Smooth and precise manual focusing in a compact, well-designed, classic form Multicoated lenses with 2 aspherical elements create very sharp images with minimal aberration. CPU contacts communicate exposure and metering information to camera for auto exposure, shutter speed, ISO and flash applications. Included close-up lens offers macro shooting with 9.85" (25 cm) minimum focus distance. 39-52mm adapter attaches close-up lens and optional 39mm filters and provides glare reduction and protection for lens.

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EF/EOS mount

The 40mm f/2.0 Ultron SL II Aspherical Lens for Canon from Voigtlander is an ultra-sharp manual focus lens for use on Canon full frame DSLRs and SLRs. When mounted on a camera with an APS-C size sensor the focal length translates to 60mm. The lens' manual focus action is very smooth and precise and its aspherical, multi-coated optics create sharp images with minimal aberration. Metering and exposure information is passed between lens and camera thanks to the lens' CPU which provides auto-functions with virtually every compatible Canon 35mm and digital SLR.

Included with the 40mm F/2.0 Ultron is a close-up (macro) conversion lens that offers a minimum focus distance of 9.85" (25 cm). The close-up lens is attached via a 52-39mm adapter. In addition to attaching the close-up lens, the adapter allows the attachment of 39mm filters and serves as a lens hood to deflect unwanted light and protect the lens.

40mm provides ideal 'normal' focal length and welcomed alternative to more common 35mm and 50mm lenses
Smooth and precise manual focusing in a compact, well-designed, classic form
Multicoated lenses with 2 aspherical elements create very sharp images with minimal aberration.
CPU contacts communicate exposure and metering information to camera for auto exposure, shutter speed, ISO and flash applications.
Included close-up lens offers macro shooting with 9.85" (25 cm) minimum focus distance.
39-52mm adapter attaches close-up lens and optional 39mm filters and provides glare reduction and protection for lens.

$10
per day
$10
per day
3 Light kit | 2 Tota + 1 Lowell Pro

Includes: 3 sand bags, Hard case, 2 dimmers

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INCLUDES

  • 3 sand bags
  • Hard case
  • 2 dimmers
  • daylight gel kit
  • 2 white diffusion umbrellas
  • cloths pins - c47s
  • 3 light stands
  • 3 power cable
  • gloves
  • Extra tota bulbs

OWNER NOTES

1,700 watts total.

Each tota puts on 750 watts.

Lowell pro is 235 watts, spot light with built in dimmer and barn doors

These continuous lights are great for photography and have a consistent temperature color.

*Please note that tota lamps do give off heat.

$35
per day
$35
per day
Manfrotto Monopod

Light weight, alumninum no frills but reliable monopod with a 1/4" screw that holds cameras. Built in wrist strap 2 butterfly nuts to telescope. Rubber foot.

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OWNER NOTES

Light weight, alumninum no frills but reliable monopod with a 1/4" screw that holds cameras.

Built in wrist strap
2 butterfly nuts to telescope. Rubber foot.

$5
per day
$5
per day
Photography tripod with photography head.

This sturdy, medium weight tripod is wonderful for model or product photography. The central column allows you to shoot directly down. Photography head allows to shot portrait or landscape without removing the tripod plate from the camera. Tripod feet spread out, allowing to get very close the floor. The legs can be spread extra wide to get near the ground for macro shots. Of course, it can be used like a regular tripod shooting directly forward also. Includes a Manfrotto 804RC2 Photo Head

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OWNER NOTES

This sturdy, medium weight tripod is wonderful for model or product photography. The central column allows you to shoot directly down.

Photography head allows to shot portrait or landscape without removing the tripod plate from the camera.

Tripod feet spread out, allowing to get very close the floor.

The legs can be spread extra wide to get near the ground for macro shots.

Of course, it can be used like a regular tripod shooting directly forward also.

Includes a Manfrotto 804RC2 Photo Head

$17
per day
$17
per day
Tascam DR-70D

Designed as an audio recording solution for filmmakers, the DR-70D 4-Channel Audio Recording Device for DSLR and Video Cameras from Tascam features dual built-in omnidirectional microphones and is capable of recording up to 4 tracks simultaneously. It has tripod mounts on both the top and bottom of the unit and can be mounted above or below your DSLR or video camera as well as on a follow-focus cage. Recording to SD, SDHC, or SDXC cards up to 128GB, the DR-70D tracks in BWAV format for NLE compatibility. All integral parameters feature dedicated hardware controls, so you never have to go searching through menus to quickly change a setting. A dedicated camera output lets you send a mic-level signal to your camera's audio input to create a reference track for easier synching in post, while the dedicated headphone output allows you to monitor your audio. Designed for use with video and DSLR cameras and can be screwed to the bottom of a DSLR camera with jacks and controls that stay out of the way Simplified interface with controls on hardware switches and knobs instead of menus, for quick adjustment during a take Dual record function captures a safety track to have a backup in case of distortion Tascam's HDDA microphone preamps which are designed for low noise, low distortion, and full-bandwidth BWAV format capture for NLE compatibility Limiter and high-pass filter prevent wind or mic bumps from overdriving the recording Microphone level camera output allows you to record the same audio to the camera for easy synchronization in your editor Records to SD/SDHC/SDXC media Individual headphone and camera outputs allows you to monitor recording with headphones while sending another output to the camera Slate function records a tone for precise synchronization between DR-70D and camera audio in post 4-track recording records from four XLR microphone inputs Built-in omnidirectional microphones allow you to record without packing mics Runs on 4 AA batteries See full specs here: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1086798-REG/tascam_dr_70d_4_channel_audio_recording.html

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Designed as an audio recording solution for filmmakers, the DR-70D 4-Channel Audio Recording Device for DSLR and Video Cameras from Tascam features dual built-in omnidirectional microphones and is capable of recording up to 4 tracks simultaneously. It has tripod mounts on both the top and bottom of the unit and can be mounted above or below your DSLR or video camera as well as on a follow-focus cage.

Recording to SD, SDHC, or SDXC cards up to 128GB, the DR-70D tracks in BWAV format for NLE compatibility. All integral parameters feature dedicated hardware controls, so you never have to go searching through menus to quickly change a setting. A dedicated camera output lets you send a mic-level signal to your camera's audio input to create a reference track for easier synching in post, while the dedicated headphone output allows you to monitor your audio.

Designed for use with video and DSLR cameras and can be screwed to the bottom of a DSLR camera with jacks and controls that stay out of the way
Simplified interface with controls on hardware switches and knobs instead of menus, for quick adjustment during a take
Dual record function captures a safety track to have a backup in case of distortion
Tascam's HDDA microphone preamps which are designed for low noise, low distortion, and full-bandwidth
BWAV format capture for NLE compatibility
Limiter and high-pass filter prevent wind or mic bumps from overdriving the recording
Microphone level camera output allows you to record the same audio to the camera for easy synchronization in your editor
Records to SD/SDHC/SDXC media
Individual headphone and camera outputs allows you to monitor recording with headphones while sending another output to the camera
Slate function records a tone for precise synchronization between DR-70D and camera audio in post
4-track recording records from four XLR microphone inputs
Built-in omnidirectional microphones allow you to record without packing mics
Runs on 4 AA batteries

See full specs here:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1086798-REG/tascam_dr_70d_4_channel_audio_recording.html

$18
per day
$18
per day

Reviews (9)

Average 5.0 Stars

Don is super kind, accommodating and easy to work with. The camera he loaned me was in great condition and worked exactly as one would expect. No surprises. Thanks to Don for a great KS experience. I'd not only rent from him again but would highly recommend him to anyone else considering it.

Owner

Kodak Medalist II

August 2020

Don was great to rent from. Extremely flexible with my timing, extremely cooperative with my not one but TWO rental extensions, and just an all around easygoing guy to communicate with for rental needs.

The Sony DSR-11 was pretty terrific as well. It was a little on the dusty side at first, but I was able to clean the heads thanks to some great YouTube tutorials out there, and captured almost 80 hours of video going back to the early 2000's. If you get the horizontal lines or the tape gets stuck as the first few did for me, the process of cleaning it can be found via searching "clean Sony DSR-11 Deck" on Google, and getting a few easy to find electronics cleaning products. Also, remember that the maximum resolution for DV is 720x480, so don't expect any crystal clear cinematic masterpieces here. That's something I totally forgot until watching my pixelated high school self on screen.

!!! One major thing to note is that Adobe Premiere does not currently support DV Capture as it did in previous editions. Your options are either Final Cut X, iMovie, Quicktime Player (which was actually my personal favorite as it was easiest and had the best guaranteed quality with limited timecode errors), or getting ahold of an older machine / virtual machine with Final Cut 7 or any Adobe Premiere iteration pre-2015. !!!

Don was great to rent from. Extremely flexible with my timing, extremely cooperative with my not one but TWO rental extensions, and just an all around easygoing guy to communicate with for rental needs.

The Sony DSR-11 was pretty terrific as well. It was a little on the dusty side at first, but I was able to clean the heads thanks to some great YouTube tutorials out there, and captured almost 80 hours of video going back to the early 2000's. If you get the horizontal lines or the tape gets stuck as the first few did for me, the process of cleaning it can be found via searching "clean Sony DSR-11 Deck" on Google, and getting a few easy to find electronics cleaning products. Also, remember that the maximum resolution for DV is 720x480, so don't expect any crystal clear cinematic masterpieces here. That's something I totally forgot until watching my pixelated high school self on screen.

!!! One major thing to note is that Adobe Premiere does not currently support DV Capture as it did in previous editions. Your options are either Final Cut X, iMovie, Quicktime Player (which was actually my personal favorite as it was easiest and had the best guaranteed quality with limited timecode errors), or getting ahold of an older machine / virtual machine with Final Cut 7 or any Adobe Premiere iteration pre-2015. !!!

Don was great to rent from. Extremely flexible with my timing, extremely cooperative with my not one but TWO rental extensions, and just an all around easygoing guy to communicate with for rental needs.

The Sony DSR-11 was pretty terrific as well. It was a little on the dusty side at first, but I was able to clean the heads thanks to some great YouTube tutorials out there, and captured almost 80 hours of video going back to the early 2000's. If you get the horizontal lines or the tape gets stuck as the first few did for me, the process of cleaning it can be found via searching "clean Sony DSR-11 Deck" on Google, and getting a few easy to find electronics cleaning products. Also, remember that the maximum resolution for DV is 720x480, so don't expect any crystal clear cinematic masterpieces here. That's something I totally forgot until watching my pixelated high school self on screen.

!!! One major thing to note is that Adobe Premiere does not currently support DV Capture as it did in previous editions. Your options are either Final Cut X, iMovie, Quicktime Player (which was actually my personal favorite as it was easiest and had the best guaranteed quality with limited timecode errors), or getting ahold of an older machine / virtual machine with Final Cut 7 or any Adobe Premiere iteration pre-2015. !!!

Don was flexible with meeting times and really nice! Solid lender :)

Professional, kind, and flexible about delivery and pickup. The connections on both the power cable and the FireWire cable were both finicky, but not a problem as long as you didn’t disturb them during transfer. Would definitely rent from Don again.

Flexible pickup, equipment exactly as expected, there was also a gorillapod (which came in handy). Thanks!

Super flexible with drop off and pick up. Would definitely rent from him again and recommend.

Owner

Manfrotto Monopod

November 2017

No complaints here, Donald was very helpful in getting things set up. Would certainly rent from again.

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