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Old December 8th, 2010, 03:18 PM   #1
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3D rental gear- Iconix, TV Logic Nasnoflash

I have a number of questions re: renting 3D gear for next week so here goes:

Where can I rent (preferably west coast US
- LA I imagine)

1 - Iconix 3D rig ( I need to shoot in the cab of a bulldozer)

2 - TV Logic 3D monitor

What experience have people had with the Dual Nanoflash 3D recorder (thinking of it with Iconix)

Any other ideas about an inexpensive 3D rig for cab will be appreciated - 3D helmet cam? GoPro isn't ready yet.

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Old December 9th, 2010, 12:25 AM   #2
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2- this will be much harder, since I don't think that TV Logic makes a 3D monitor. Panasonic and JVC make 3D broadcast production monitors that use passive polarized glasses.
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Old December 13th, 2010, 06:25 AM   #3
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TV Logic do make a 3D monitor but I don't know where you would rent one. As an alternative you could try to get a Transvideo 3D monitor.

The Nano3D is fantastic, I would not do any serious 3D work without it. If you have a Nano3D and the cameras are genlocked you can output anaglyph from the Nano3D and then use a conventional HDSDi 2D monitor for alignment etc.
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Just tried the nano3D anaglyph output option, very cool!
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