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Greenscreen Studio

Equipment / general conditions
Background: Black, green and white

Light equipment:
Dimmable light on the ceiling:

  • 4 square Kinoflo lamps (daylight)
  • 2 large Kinoflo floodlights (daylight)
  • 3 Dedo Spots (artificial light)

These lamps are movable on rails and can be individually set within limits.
The luminaires can also be equipped with artificial or mixed light with a temporal additional wall.

Mobile Lamps on the floor:

  • 4 Dedo Spots (artificial light, one dimmable)
  • 1 small Kinoflo surface light (daylight, dimmable)
  • 2 large softboxes (diagonal 75 cm daylight)
  • 2 small softboxes each with 1 x 25 W bulb (daylight)
  • 2 large Kinoflo floodlights (daylight, dimmable)
  • 1 ring light
  • 2 Studioblitze: Bowens GM 500

Also available are:

  • 2 camcorders: Sony PMW-EX3 and PXW-X200
  • 1 hard disk recorder (Atomos)
  • 2 Canon SLR cameras: 600D and 700D
  • 1 Sony Z1 HDV camcorder
  • Different camera elements and a slider rail (2m), light stand and grip
  • Further equipment can be used on demand, if available (eg for audio recording or playback devices).

The recording area has a usable area of ​​approximately 25 square meters (almost square)
The users work after a small introduction into self-government - it is easy -
One should generally be a couple and schedule about 2 hours +/- to set up.

Prices:
50 € costs the day (up to 4 hours is half a day = 30, - €), 200 € the week. The equipment is included in the price. Individual prices are negotiated for specific projects.
The weekend can only be booked as 2 days.
A key deposit of 50, - € will be charged at the time of handing over the keys.

  

Medienwerkstatt in der Druckwerkstatt im Kulturwerk des bbk berlin GmbH

Mariannenplatz 2
10997 Berlin

Lioba von den Driesch (head)
Sandra Becker (head)
tel  #49.30.55 14 72 84

Office:
fon 030 614 015 - 70
fax 030 614 015 - 74

medienwerkstatt@bbk-kulturwerk.de

Monday 1 pm - 8 pm / Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 5 pm and by appointment.
Please
make appointments by e-mail
!

 

  Supported by the Berlin Senate Department of Culture