Providing Teleprompter Rentals throughout the Northeast

thru the lens style prompters - on camera

17" diagonal monitor on sled

Teleprompter mounted on RED camera, for outdoor use

Readable up to 22' talent eyeball to lens, shown here mounted on a "sled" between the camera and the tripod.  The teleprompter will pan and tilt with the camera.

10" diagonal monitor on sled

10" teleprompter mounted on tripod

Readable up to 15' talent eyeball to lens., shown here mounted on camera tripod.

  This prompter can also be mounted "Stand Alone" style. (see below)

15mm rod based

15mm teleprompter mounted below camer

Readable up to 20' talent eyeball to lens, shown here attached below camera's 15mm rods.  This prompter can also be mounted "Stand Alone" style.  (see below)

17" on camera slider

TelePrompTer mounted on camera slider rails

 Readable up to 22' talent eyeball to lens, shown here mounted on camera slider. NOTE: the prompter supplied riser block to raise the camera, in order to position the lens in center of glass.

Lightweight rod based

15mm rod based teleprompter

My lightest weight prompter, 15mm rod based, readable 12' talent eyeball to lens.  I use a wired monitor for precise speed control.    This prompter can also be mounted "Stand Alone" style. 

15mm rod based

15mm rod based TelePrompTer

Readable up to 20' talent eyeball to lens, shown here mounted on tripod, using prompter supplied riser to position lens in center of glass.    This prompter can also be mounted "Stand Alone" style. 

STAND IN FRONT - SEPARATE TRIPOD

Benefit = quick removal

Stand In Front teleprompter - on New York City shoot

A separate tripod in front of camera supports the weight of the prompter. Also great when a shoot requires quick set-ups in many locations. Best for locked down shots; limited panning.

Benefit = reduced weight

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The prompter on a separate tripod for this live webcast, which required it be set-up between the camera and a large monitor  showing PPT slides. Best for locked down shots; limited panning.

Benefit = multi camera

2 cameras behind 1 teleprompter.

This shoot required 2 cameras with different focal lengths behind same prompter (hood removed for photo).  Prompter is mounted on C-stand arm in front of the cameras.