Open House to Celebrate AbelCine LA’s Upgraded Facility
Monday, 01 July 2013
To celebrate the renovation and expansion of our Burbank facility, we’ll be holding an Open House on Saturday, July 20 from 10am – 5pm. The day will feature training sessions, a silent auction, great prizes, a cook out, and, of course, a chance to experience our new facility.
Our Burbank location now occupies the entire building at 801 S Main St. Doubling in size, it incorporates a beautiful showroom, high-tech rental bays, two full theaters for instruction and screenings, and a state-of-the-art optical service laboratory.
Below are some highlights of the day’s activities. Keep an eye out for more details, which will be posted here as the date approaches.
Throughout the day our technical specialists and guests will be holding seminars on topics including Phantom Flex4K, Arri ALEXA, Sony CineAlta and Canon Cinema EOS cameras. All seminars will be free to attend, and there will be plenty of gear for you get your hands on, try out and play with.
Director and cinematographer Suny Behar will join AbelCine’s Andy Shipsides for a seminar on “Choosing the Right Camera.”
view schedule of Seminars »
Silent Auction & Raffle
Bid on equipment packages and score a great deal on overstock, demo and pre-owned gear.
Our manufacturers have generously donated equipment for the drawings happening throughout the day, so you’ll have plenty of chances to take home brand-new gear from the likes of Sony, Canon, Vitec and others.
Phantom Photo Booth
AbelCine is known for the high-speed Phantom cameras, so of course they are part of the celebration. Join our Phantom specialists at our Phantom Photo Booth; throughout the day we’ll invite party-goers to pose in front of the Phantom cameras and give their best slow-mo moves. The most hilarious clip will win a prize!
A summer party isn’t a party without some burgers and hotdogs, or the veggie equivalent. We’ll be grilling from 11-3 and drinks will be served.
We look forwarding to seeing you on July 20th. Your RSVP is not required, but is appreciated.