SPECIALIST BROADCAST ENGINEERING & HIRE
FOR WILDLIFE FILMMAKERS & PRODUCERS
NEW - 4K Trail Camera Systems - now Sony A7s compatibleFriday 19 August 2016 - 18:10:30 | nickturner
NEW - Pulsar LD50s Thermal MonocularWednesday 10 February 2016 - 09:27:48 | nickturner
We have a new model of the Pulsar thermal spotting scope for hire to assist with night shoots, featuring a greater magnification, long battery life and black/white hot target options. Extremely handy for quickly spotting body heat day or night thermal scopes are an invaluable addition for tracking hard to find nocturnal wildlife. In addition a PAL or NTSC video signal can be recorded from the Pulsar. Our thermal scopes operate at 9HZ as arms export controls apply outside of Europe on 30HZ models. 30HZ scopes are available on request for use in the UK, also outputting a PAL or NTSC video signal. Each kit includes enough spare rechargeable battery power for 18hrs operation, as well as being ruggedised for extreme environments.
NEW - 4K Trail Camera System - Sale or RentalWednesday 16 December 2015 - 11:48:42 | nickturner
Tshed is now manufacturing a 4K trail camera system based around the Panasonic GH4 and Sony A7 cameras. A year in development the system has been carefully designed and tested to meet wildlife filmmakers exacting needs. The system is future proof and allows for further camera upgrades. Features of the system include:
Selectable record times - 30 secs to 5 mins
Easy & intuitive programming
Datalogging of time, date, temperature & events
Repeat trigger extends record function
Cutting edge detectors virtually eliminate "false triggers"
High and Low temperature integrity
Onboard or off board power options
External wireless detectors can trigger a nest of cameras to record
External detectors guarantee you don't miss the start of the shot
Housed entirely in a compact PELI CASE 1300
Position cameras in unconventional positions and trigger with wireless units
Ruggedly housed with a toughened optical glass window
Rugged OLED Display
Aux Wireless Output trigger for IR lights
MORE INFO & IMAGES COMING SOON
NEW - DJI Inspire Drone/Aerial ServiceFriday 11 September 2015 - 10:15:53 | nickturner
TShed can now provide a complete drone aerial kit and crew service with our own BNUC-s qualified remote pilot Nick Turner. Using the compact and lightweight DJI Inspire 1 filming platform we can now provide a full aerial filming package including kit, remote pilot and camera operators (if required), full public liability cover, equipment insurance and a full UK CAA Permission for Aerial Work. Pre site surveys and risk assessments are provided as part of this service. The system will soon be upgraded to the newly announced X5R camera offering lossless cine quality footage. Contact us for further information or to discuss your requirements.
NEW - An astonishing new trail camera from Reconyx - the XR6Monday 08 December 2014 - 15:52:50 | nickturner
NEW - Mini IR Lights for nests, burrows and other small spacesFriday 14 November 2014 - 11:34:16 | nickturner
Tshed has recently developed a miniature IR lighting system for use in confined spaces such as nests, burrows and tree holes utilising a new generation of high performance/low power IR LED's. The system comprises of a control unit that can be cabled to the individual lights over 50m away. Four small lights can be connected to the control unit and can be independently dimmed from the same unit. Lights are available in a single x LED or four x LED array at either 850 or 940nm. Each LED is mounted directly onto a compact heatsink. Each light can be dimmed from full power to zero power in pairs.
NEW - Pulsar Thermal ScopesFriday 18 July 2014 - 10:57:28 | nickturner
New Field Recorders/Monitors from AtomosThursday 10 April 2014 - 09:20:21 | nickturner
Ren Kyst - got a spare afternoon?Friday 31 January 2014 - 12:39:08 | nickturner
Tshed gladly provided some of the equipment and Nick Turner of Tshed shot this 5 minute film about marine litter and coastal cleanups in northern Norway for producer Verity White. Filmed in the Tromsø area in northern Norway in the summer of 2013. The film aims to show some of the aspects of the global environmental challenge of marine litter and plastics in the oceans, and that this now affects even the smallest creatures of the sea. There is a very simple way that most of us can help to solve at least part of this problem. Don't litter, go clean a beach and tell the world about it. This film was made as part of the Ren Kyst 2013-2014 project which aims to clean up close to 40 especially littered coastline locations in the Tromsø region. To view this short film please visit and share the link.
Ren Kyst Marine Litter Project - Got a spare afternoon?
The project on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RenKystBTK
Contact: Bo Eide, email@example.com
TShed Lunax Starlight HD Underwater SystemWednesday 22 January 2014 - 09:56:00 | nickturner
Work on putting our Starlight HD Cameras underwater is complete and the system is now available for hire to producers interested in opening up new areas of marine film-making. The system consists of a specially adapted underwater housing engineered in collaboration with world leading underwater cameraman Doug Anderson which will allow divers to film previously unseen nocturnal marine behaviour without the need for white lighting, such as bioluminescence and nocturnal predation. Please call or email for more information.
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