Through the lens Wireless SteadiCam Teleprompter System
$845 with Operator.
$195 for Wireless Option.
This new lightweight SteadiCam Prompter
has a 10″ X 10″ High Bright Monitor.
It attaches to your camera’s rod system.
- IYF 10″ beamsplitter / hood
- 2.8 Pounds without monitor
- 1000 NTS 10″ High Bright Monitor 1.7 Pounds
- Power D Tap, Anton Bauer, 4 Pin XLR (cables included) or included Sony Batteries
- Wireless Option Available $195
- Adaptors included for 15 mm and 19mm rods
- Composite, HDMI and VGA inputs
- Sturdy Aluminum Frame
- No Fan
SteadiCam prompters are usually just small monitors mounted on an Isreali arm over the lens. We can easily do this. But, if you want your talent to look directly into the lens you need a proper prompter. The problem has been the size of the traditional prompter needed to fit a professional camera was much to heavy for the SteadiCam. And the small, lightweight prompters wouldn’t fit the camera. Our Through-the-Lens SteadiCam prompter solves the problem. It mounts on the rod system directly in front of the lens . So it’s extremely light weight and fits all cameras.
Available in Hollywood and New York
We Can Ship It Anywhere!
Call 917-414-5489 or Email Info@AmericanMovieCo.Com
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