We have what you need – from cameras to lighting, from audio to mobile production, and from studio facilities to transportation needs – it’s all here at MIDCAN.
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Use your Pro gear to reach the Instagram generation.
Adapts our Full Frame Canon lenses to Micro Four Thirds cameras, with a nice little light gathering boost.
A good focal range, and the swappable lens mount covers a variety of camera combinations.
Super fast EF primes. Want to shoot the Milky Way? The 24mm f1.5 is your huckleberry.
The current “it” camera that everyone wants. Why? Flexibility! Mount almost any optics in the world on it, from still camera lenses all the way up to PL mount cinema glass. It records 4K 10bit onboard at up to 60P, and can shoot HD continuously at 180 fps.
Our top of the line PL zoom lens. Great for standard cinema setups, but also uniquely suited to run-and-gun scenarios.
You can gaffer tape these to a wall if you need hide a soft source.
Half as tall as the four bank version naturally.
Doing an exercise program? This unit is sweat proof.
Unfurling (isn’t that a great word?) projector screen.
Zooms all the way out to 300mm, in a compact lens that weighs only 2.5kg with its handle motors attached. Remarkable.
Quite fast, well engineered and moderately priced. These primes give good bang for the buck.
The big dog, this telephoto lens generally gets pulled out for conferences where they need a head and shoulders shot of the podium, but they can’t put the corresponding camera in the midst of the audience. Great for sports too!
Short…but long. How is that even possible?
Very fast for a zoom lens….
Your 1st AC might give you the stink-eye over the incredibly small depth of field this lens creates wide open.