We are opening a new store in Salt Lake City at 139 West 2260 South in February.
Over the last two years, we have gained a lot of clients from Salt Lake County and we are excited to be able to service them better. The new facility is 7,000 square feet with over 20 parking places, two garage doors, and a large gated parking lot. I’ve posted some pictures on our Facebook page. We still have painting etc. to do, but I’m excited about the possibilities. We will have room for a 3,000 square foot studio with garage access, as well as a 500 square foot prep room among other things.
The Red Finch Salt Lake location is in an amazingly convenient place. It’s 1min 30 seconds from the I-80 State Street Exit and 1 min 30 seconds from the I-15 2100 South exit. It’s on West Temple and just two blocks from State Street. Red Finch Salt Lake is two blocks west from the Tesla Dealership and about two blocks south from the BestBuy on 2100 South. Because of the great location of Red Finch, it is super quick to get there from almost anywhere.
• University of Utah- 14 Minutes
• Downtown SLC- 6 Minutes
• Cottonwood Heights- 16 Minutes
• Sugar House- 6 minutes
• Taylorsville- 11 Minutes
• Murray- 9 Minutes
• SLC Airport- 15 Minutes
• Bountiful- 18 Minutes
• Utah Film Studios in Park City- 29 Minutes
• Ogden- 39 Minutes
We will be sending out more details about the Red Finch Salt Lake location soon.
Below, see a list of our gear. We have added two Canon 1DX Mark II, two RED Helium’s, two Ultrabright 703 SmallHD monitors, two Teradek 1000, and a 7 lens Canon Cine Kit among many other times.
Three books everyone in film should read or listen to (I’m a big fan of audible.com)
George Lucas: A Life - An excellent book about his films like did American Graffiti, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Apocalypse Now (yes, that’s right) and many others. Mr. Lucas is also the Thomas Edison of film, inventing many of the ways we now make movies from computers to cameras.
The Big Picture: The Fight of the Future of Movies - A book that uses the North Korean email hack to show the nitty gritty about how as studio like Sony/Columbia Pictures makes films and how Marvel Studios changed everything.
The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside the Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made – Is about a movie that is so bad, it’s good. For example, they go through three camera crews during the course of the shoot. You also get an exciting account on what it's like for an actor who is on the verge of making it but never does.
Best of luck with the new year!
3 - RED Helium Camera Kit - $400
2 - Canon EOS-1D X Mark II Camera Kit - $125
2 - Canon 4K UHD 60P Camcorder - $100
1 - DJI Mavic Pro Drone - $70
2 - Canon Cine Six Lens Kit - $200
1 - Canon Cine 20mm - EF Prime Lens - $50
8 - Canon 70-200mm Lens - $30
1 - GDU 24mm f/2.8 Lens - $25
1 - GDU 40mm f/2.8 Lens - $25
2 - Teradek Bolt 1000 Transmission Kit - $100
2 - SmallHD 703 Ultrabright Monitor 7" - $75
7 - SmallHD 702 Bright Monitor 7” - $50
1 - Bright Tangerine Viv Matte Box - $50
1 - O’Connor 2060HD Tripod System - $100
4 - DJI Ronin-S - $30
3 - Hot Shoe Camera Handle - $3
1 - Handgrip Left / Right - $5
4 - Lexar 256GB Professional CFast - $35
6 - Wooden Camera Director’s Monitor Cage - $20
5 - Mini Israeli Arm - $2
6 - Ultra Israeli Arm - $5
4 - RED Dual V-Mount Charger - $8
14 - RED Brick Battery - $10
1 - DSMC2 Battery Plate - $50
1 - DSMC Skin Tone OLPF - $10
1 - DSMC Standard OLPF - $10
2 - DSMC2 Low Light OLPF - $10
1 - DSMC2 Skin Tone OLPF - $10
1 - Bowens XMS750 2-Light Flash Kit - $75
1 - Bowens 2-Light Battery-Powered Flash Kit - $75
2 - Small Strip Softbox 12x36” - $10
2 - Rectangular Softbox 24x32” - $10
2 - Impact Background Support System - $15
3 - Muslin Background (Black,10x12') - $10
2 - Panel Frame Reflector Kit - Gold/Silver (43 x 67") - $20
3 - 5-in-1 Reflector 42” - $8
2 - Omni Earset Mic - $10
1 - A-Box for DSMC2 - $10
1 - A-Box for DSMC - $10
1- A-Box for Alexa Mini - $10
7 - Zoom H6 Handheld Recorder - $20
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