[Frameworks] SF Opera selling off stage projectors!!!!!!!

Francisco Torres fjtorrespr at gmail.com
Wed Aug 20 14:07:56 UTC 2014

neat, i always wanted to stage the ring cycle in my backyard....
about them giant slide projectors... that is how they did the sfx for
silent running and other 70s sf movies.

2014-08-20 0:02 GMT-04:00 k. a.r. <a_r_k_ at hotmail.com>:

> Hey fellow listservers....
> I'm passing this info on to you, with permission, to all because I think
> some people here might be interested in the
> artistic possibilities here........ these are giant slide projectors.
> Google them, they're pretty cool
> and most definitely very high end. Probably cost a lot new........
> Anyway, here is the original copy, contact the seller at the email below.
> Thanks!
> 'Hello folks, I have an interesting, possibly humorous inquiry for you all.
> The SF Opera, due to decreasing storage options, is liquidating a large
> portion of it's Pani projection equipment. The list includes projectors
> (BP-2s, BP-4s, BP-5s), effects of all types, accessories of all types,
> lenses, power supplies, cables, etc.
> If you or anyone you know or have dealt with in our biz is interested in
> picking up some still very useable, old-school projection equipment at VERY
> LOW prices, please forward them my email so we can work something out.
> We also have a nice Strand 550 console, SN100 node, and two SN102 nodes
> that are gathering dust but still operable. Stop laughing, I'm serious.
> Might be good for a small house or school. I don't know, seems a shame to
> just dispose of it. Who knows.
> Russell Adamson
> Lighting Systems Administrator
> SF Opera
> radamson at sfopera.com  '
> Kristie Reinders, B.F.A.
> Director of Cinematography, Electric Visions
> Curator and Head Projectionist, Electric Mural Project
> The Mission, San Francisco, CA
> 'A first class technician should work best under pressure.'
> - - - Issac Asimov
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