By JB on 24th Mar 2020
In a world where we are seeing more self-recorded vlogger style videos Three Point Lighting at home can take your videos from looking homemade to giving them a professional gloss and an image that is interesting and dynamic. So, let’s take a look at the basic principles.....
By JB on 22nd Mar 2020
Although a large range of lavaliere mics have been around for years The Kit Room has noticed a distinct increase in the requests for higher end mics with their wireless kits so we wanted to take a look and help you decide whether the extra cost is worth it for your production.
By JB on 19th Mar 2020
With the increase of Coronavirus cleanliness and kit hygiene are more important than ever so we’ve put together The Kit Room Top Tips for how to clean your equipment and help reduce the spread of any infections.
By RW on 19th Aug 2019
The Kit Room has achieved Carbon Neutral Certification and is now an Albert Approved Supplier – one of the first broadcast rental companies in the UK to do so.
By Sean Lewis on 1st Jan 2018
So here we are again. Another year, and another new TV format is being pushed at CES (the Consumer Electronics Show). This time it is HDR. I have been quite excited by HDR for some time, but it is now finally making inroads to consumers and production workflows. This year all the major display manufacturers released HDR capable televisions.
By Matt Born on 14th Nov 2017
I am going to start with the cameras name. Sony are NOT calling this a mark 2, they are pitching it as more like a ‘plus’ model. They are calling it FS7-2 or FS7-M2. They are keen to say FS7 is not being replaced, and there are no current plans to do any trade-ins.
By Matt Born on 9th Mar 2017
In its February issue Televisual released its annual top 10 listing of the UK’s most hired camera’s. Now in its eleventh year there has been a shake up at the top of the list revealing that after four years on top the Canon C300 has been taken over by Sony’s PMW-FS7