IN-STORE ONLY REZZERVATIONS

San Francisco, California

About IN-STORE ONLY REZZERVATIONS

IN-STORE ONLY REZZERVATIONS is located at:

IN-STORE ONLY REZZERVATIONS
NO ONLINE RESERVATIONS WILL BE HONORED.
IN-STORE RESERVATIONS ONLY!!
San Francisco, California
Phone: 415-749-4572

Prices

 
 
 
 
 

Alien Bees Einstein E640 + Pocket Wizard (PLEASE I...

640 WS
w/ 8'' High-Output Reflector

 

Beauty Dish - Alien Bees - 22

w/ diffusion sock

 

Canon EF 15mm F2.8 Fisheye Lens

Fisheye lens with a 180 degree angle of view for unique and intriguing effects. The wide depth of field makes it even more interesting. The short minimum focusing distance of 8 in.

 

Canon EF 17-40mm f/4 lens

Broaden your perspective with the Canon EF 17-40mm ultra-wide-angle zoom lens.

 

Canon EF 20mm F2.8 Lens

Wide-angle lenses let you capture more of the image by broadening the angle of view and increasing the depth of field, thereby bringing more of the area into focus.

 

Canon EF 35mm F2 Lens

Fast 35mm wide-angle lens. With a minimum focusing distance of only 0.8 ft. (25cm), you can approach the subject closer and still obtain a more natural wide-angle effect.

 

Canon EF 50mm F1.8 Lens

f/1.8 speed makes it perfect for available-light shooting.
Ideal lens to accompany a zoom when shooting in low-light conditions.

This is the lightest EF lens of all at a mere 4.6oz.

 

Canon EF 50mm F2.5 Macro Lens

Want to bring small things into full-sized view? Turn to the Canon EF 50mm f/2.5 compact macro lens, which can uncover detail that would otherwise be impossible to detect by the naked eye.

 

Canon EF 75-300mm F4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens

75-300mm telephoto zoom lens with f/4-5.6 maximum aperture for Canon SLR cameras
Improved mechanism makes zooming smoother; front part of zoom ring sports silver ring
Measures 2.8 inches in diameter and 4.

 

Canon EF 100mm F2.8 Macro Lens

Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro Autofocus Lens

100mm Macro will focus over the full range from infinity down to life size (1:1 reproduction ratio).

 
 

HOLGA MEDIUM FORMAT CAMERA

Plastic 120 camera with optical lens.

 

MAMIYA RB67 CAMERA - 90mm F3.8 Lens (ADV)

Body Serial #C185005
PRO-S 120 Back
Waist Level Finder
90mm F3.8 mamiya-sekkor C lens #116865 + cap

 

Polaroid Back - Mamiya RZ67

sheet film back

 

Wireless Remote DSLR - GigaPro - Shutter Release /...

Interval timer and wireless remote control

BOLEX 16MM CAMERA (ADV)

10, 25, 75 lenses

 

Animation Stand (STUDIO 30)

Studio 30 key (218)

 

Bolex Beach 16mm Camera (ADV)

NON-REFLEX CAMERA. works, but a little banged up. ONLY CAMERA AUTHROIZED FOR BEACH USE.

 

CANON 5D MARK III HD VIDEO CAMERA, w/Canon 24-105 ...

Canon 5D Mark III Camera, Canon 24-105mm f4L Lens

 

GO-PRO HERO 3 HD CAMERA

GoPro Hero 3 Camera, WiFi Remote, 32GB microSD Card, microSD Adaptor

 
 

Studio 8 w/ key (Staff Only)

Studio 8 Lighting Closet Key

 

Studio 21 w/key (Staff Only)

Studio 21 key (AA80) and AV subroom key (303)

 

Studio 26 w/key (Staff Only)

Studio 26 key (226)

 

Studio X 16mm Edit Key

Studio X front door key (246) w/locker key

 

Studio X Processing - Lomo Key

Studio X front door (246), processing room (AC 10), and 2 Lomo locker keys

 

Studio X Processing - Spaghetti Key

Studio X front door (246), processing room (AC 10)

 

Studio X Super 8mm Edit Key

Studio X front door key (246) w/locker key


Terms & Conditions

SFAI FILM DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT

FALL 2011 Checkout Periods:
Monday to Wednesday
Tuesday to Thursday
Wednesday to Friday
Thursday to Saturday
Friday to Monday

CHECK-IN - Equipment must be returned during these times on the day they are due:
9:00am-11:00am, Monday-Friday
12:00-1:00pm Saturday

-You will be held accountable and subject to late/damage/lost penalties if not returned by 11am (1pm Sat). If you are running a few minutes late, please call us to let us know that you are on your way.

-Equipment must be returned to a Film Department Staff Member in the Film Checkout Office. Do not leave equipment unattended on or off campus ever!

-Do not leave with security after hours, please return the next day and accept the consequences in person.

-Standard overnight checkouts are for a period of up to (2) two nights M-TH & (3) three nights for the weekend but you may return anytime during office hours before that.

Safety Principles
1. NEVER FORCE ANYTHING. If something you are attempting to do requires any amount of excessive force, STOP and review your methods.

2. NEVER OVER TIGHTEN. This may cause the stripping of threads and/or the use of excessive force can damage the equipment. (See Rule #1)

3. NEVER LEAVE EQUIPMENT UNATTENDED. Camera and other video equipment are prime targets for theft especially in parked cars and on San Francisco public transit systems!

4. NEVER LEAVE EQUIPMENT EXPOSED TO ANY HEAT SOURCE. This includes never leaving the equipment in the trunk of a car. Heat will damage the equipment and ruin your videotapes, so remember to remove the videotape from the camera before transporting.

5. NEVER TAKE FILM DEPT EQUIPMENT TO THE BEACH OR NEAR SHORELINES. Sand and salt air/spray can clog and damage the sensitive equipment.

6. NEVER USE THE EQUIPMENT IN "RISKY" ENVIRONMENTS. "Risky" locations are defined as, but not limited to any time of airborne devices or locations including airplanes, helicopters, skateboards, motorcycles, rollerblades, etc., anywhere near sand or the beach, and/or unsafe areas, and "remote" areas which require transport of equipment over rough terrain. Final determination of "risky" environments shall be at the sole discretion of the Area One Manager.

7. NEVER TOUCH OR ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE LENS WITH ANYTHING OTHER THAN THE SUPPLIED CLOTH AND SOLUTION. There is a high probability of scratching and permanently damaging the lens without the proper cleaning materials. Either use the supplied cleaning materials or have an Film Department Staff member clean the lens for you.

8. NEVER AIM THE CAMERA'S VIEWFINDER, LCD SCREEN or LENS DIRECTLY AT A STRONG LIGHT SOURCE or LASER. This includes the sun, the reflection from the sun off an object, a strong lamp, or other lighting element(s).

9. ALWAYS EJECT TAPE, BATTERY, and CARDS BEFORE SHUTTING OFF THE CAMERA! Tape can become slack and ruin the tape recording heads. Battery will lose its charge and shorten its useable life!

10. NEVER PLACE THE CAMERA NEAR A MAGNETIC FIELD! The magnetic field will erase your media and damage the camera.

11. NEVER LEAVE THE SxS or SD CARDS OUT! Cards belong in the camera or card reader when in use or in the card holder, stored in the camera equipment bag.