Newton, MA, July 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Filmmaker Robert Kenner shot his recently released feature documentary Food Inc., an unsparing look into the nation’s food industry, with a Panasonic AG-HDX900 DVCPRO camera.
Kenner along with investigative authors Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan traveled across the country to interview players from all segments of the food industry including farmers, businessmen, government representatives, food experts and food advocates. The HDX900’s 24p frame rate, film-like look and low light sensitivity gave the filmmakers a great deal of flexibility and resulted in a high quality transfer to 35mm film.
Kenner rented the camera from Talamas Broadcast Equipment of Newton, MA, which rents and sells professional audio and video equipment to industry professionals across the country.
Talamas Broadcast rents, sells and services professional audio and video equipment. Specializing in wireless communication configuration, frequency coordination, high definition video and the integration of audio and video applications, the company was founded in 1979 to serve the audio and video needs of the broadcast and production industries in the Boston area. Talamas Broadcast now serves a number of different markets including education, theater and industry as well as the broadcast and production industries across the country.
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