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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, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Wild Brazil airs featuring Tshed kitThursday 16 January 2014 - 10:15:15 | nickturner
BBC TWO - WILD BRAZIL
Flovel FZ-B1 Ultra High Sensivity Colour HD Camera - now available for hireMonday 29 July 2013 - 10:12:43 | nickturner
New D700 Timelapse Kit available for hire.Wednesday 10 July 2013 - 12:56:44 | nickturner
We've put together another timelapse kit which is now available for hire, including depinned lenses for perfect flicker free timelapse as well custom built external power supplies for long timelapses. We are now also including custom made lens heaters in our timelapse kits for crystal clear night timelapses inspired by eyepiece heaters used in telescopes - say no to foggy timelapses.
Underwater NightvisionFriday 10 May 2013 - 11:38:12 | nickturner
It's here! finally our underwater Starlight/Infrared Camera system has its first swimming pool test in Bristol with underwater specialists Doug Anderson, John Chambers and Katharina Brown. The new system will be deployed in the Red Sea in June for its first field trip, until then we have some refinements to make to the housing and underwater infrared lights. By putting our tried and tested Starlight cameras underwater we hope to open up some entirely new territory in the realms of nighttime film making. Crews will now be able to dive and film in the sea at night without visible lights using the same technology that has been developed for terrestrial filming over the last 20 years.
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