News: Illumination Dynamics Opens Camera Department in North Carolina
by Cow News Droid on Oct 13, 2010 at 5:10:57 pm
(October 13, 2010) Illumination Dynamics (ID) has established a camera division at its North Carolina facility. The addition of cameras will further complement the rental of lighting, grip, generators and power distribution to the entertainment, live broadcast and special event industries.
The new department will be fully supported by parent company ARRI CSC and will start with a camera inventory including Arricam Lite, Arriflex 435, 235 and D-21 packages.
Joining the ID staff is Rory Holder, who will provide both camera rental and prep tech services. Rory has experience as a camera operator and has received extensive training by ARRI CSC to ensure ID’s ability to supply the best possible service to its camera customers.
Adds Chief Operating Officer Jeff Pentek, “This expansion to our business is part of our continued commitment and support of the film community in North Carolina and the surrounding regions.”
About Illumination Dynamics
Illumination Dynamics is a wholly owned subsidiary of ARRI CSC, the largest full service equipment rental group in the United States. With locations in Los Angeles, CA, and Charlotte, NC, Illumination Dynamics provides lighting, grip, generators and power distribution to the feature film, commercial, broadcast and special event industries nationwide.
About ARRI CSC
ARRI CSC is a wholly owned subsidiary of ARRI Inc. Trading as ARRI CSC in New Jersey & Florida and as Illumination Dynamics in Charlotte and Los Angeles, the Group offers rental equipment & services to the feature film, television, broadcast & events markets. For locations and more information, visit http://www.arricsc.com.
Located in Munich, Germany, Arnold and Richter Cine Technik (A&R) was founded in 1917 and is the largest manufacturer of professional motion picture equipment in the world. In 2001, ARRI was restructured and converted into a closely held corporation. The company is involved in all aspects of the film industry: engineering, design, manufacturing, production, visual effects, post-production, equipment rental and laboratory services (film and sound). Manufactured products and technologies include professional digital acquisition with the upcoming ALEXA camera, the ARRIFLEX D-21, in addition to camera systems for 16mm, 35mm, 65mm film, location and studio lighting fixtures, digital imaging systems like the ARRISCAN, ARRILASER, ARRICUBE, ARRIQCP and ARRI Relativity™. These products and services are offered through a network of subsidiary companies, agents and representatives worldwide. For locations and more information, visit: http://www.arri.com