3D Rigs Sale !
We are not running classified ads. However, there is an opportunity we can't really miss with the Kerner 3D Technologies announcement here under.
After several 3D rigs build and sold to NHK on various projects, KERNER 3D is clearing its inventory: Three 3D mirror rigs are available to someone who wants to use them to shoot stereoscopic movies with rather than leave them on their current mission of testing gravity on a storage shelf.
Any reasonable offers will be considered. Details here under and on Kerner.com.
What is Offered
Here above you see one of the rigs, without any mirror or cameras. Along with the three bare mirror rigs, there are a set of Sony HDC-P1 Cameras with matched Fujjinon lenses available for two of the rigs.
The system was designed to be easy to set up and align in the field so a crew could get on about the business of shooting with a minimum of hassle.
History of the Kerner 3D Rig
Six rigs were made by Kerner 3D Technologies; NHK has two rigs, Emily Carr University in Vancouver has one and now you can own the other three. The whole system can pack in 4 cases that are air checkable (also available).
If you are interested, please contact directly Marty Brenneis from Kerner 3D Technologies at +1 415 226 3421. Marty is based in San Rafael, CA, USA.
More info about Marty Brenneis, his work on Star Trek's Enterprise speceship and his career at ILM is here.