Wooden Camera Zip Box Double 4x5.65 (90-95mm)
The Wooden Camera Zip Box Double 4x5.65 holds two 4x.5.64" (100x114mm) filters & clamps on the front of the lens. Available in four
sizes, 80-85mm, 90-95mm, 100-105mm, & 110-115mm, this particular Zip Box is 90-95mm.
The lens shade design allows for even the widest lenses & sensor sizes to covered without vignetting. The Zip Box is extremely lightweight & weighs
about the same as a standard filter which makes it perfect for gimbal & drone use. Stainless steel components & unibody rubber design are very
durable & stand up to the toughest conditions.
For more detailed information visit Wooden Camera.
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Step 1:Explore the options then add your gear to the Camera Bag. If what you’re after is not listed please add it in comments or simply Contact Us.
Step 2:View your Camera Bag & select the date & duration of the hire including the desired collection time.
Step 3:Once you're done review your Camera Bag & add any special requirements in the Message field.
Step 4:Submit to Request a Quote. You'll receive a copy of your request.
Step 5:Urban Cine will follow up with questions &/or send a formal quote if required.
Step 6:Pick Up & Return: Typically after 2:00pm the day before the hire, & by 11:00am the day after the hire. Picking up the day before gives you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the equipment & check that everything is in order before your shoot the next day.
Step 7:Payment: For new customers payment is required prior or on collection. If you have a history with Urban Cine a credit account may be offered.
Step 8:Insurance & ID: To ensure insurance for hired equipment is valid Urban Cine Pty. Ltd. asks you to verify your identity. By doing so you are supplying the required 100 points of ID. This will protect both you the Hirer & Urban Cine Pty. Ltd. You will receive an SMS. Just follow the prompts. For more info see OCR Labs IDKit
Step 9:Using Equipment: It’s fair & reasonable to expect the hirer has the skillset to use equipment in a respectful & professional manner.
Step 10:Please report equipment failures & breakages. Feedback is important. If you’re experiencing issues with equipment on set please call asap. Often issues can be rectified over the phone.