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Here you can find an extensive list of all the equipment we have available for hire at Mad Dogs Television. You’ll find a handy “add to kit list” button on each of the items so you can add all the things you might want for your next shoot to a kit list to send to use for a quote. You can also find technical specifications, user manuals and downloads for all the equipment we have available. Our equipment arsenal specialises in any genre from TV, Film and corporate productions to vlogging and home video.
Simply select the catagory relevant to what you’ve after, everything is sorted by its type, camera, lenses, lighting etc. If you are after the latest in 4K and HD shooting formats, why not check out the Sony PXW-FX9, Sony PXW-FS7 II or Canon C300 II. After a camera with a history of being robust enough for the road? Then check out our Sony PXW500 and PMW500’s. Do you think your production would benefit from smaller light weight run and gun style compact camera’s?! Have a look at our Sony FS7 I basic kits.
Lenses? We have lots! From the very impressive Canon CN7x17 to the Canon EF 24-70mm, we have every type of glass covered. We have recently added the Sony 28-135mm to our ever-growing fleet. Of course, don’t forget we still stock Canon HJ11’s, HJ14’s, HJ22’s and HJ17’s.
Maddogs Television has a long rich history of specializing in minicam set ups and we still do! From the latest wireless GoPro rig’s to more controllable Panasonic HMR10 / HCK10 minicam’s, we can film anything in the harshest conditions, just let us know what you need filming and we can recommend the most suitable, safe and reliable way to do so. Check out our minicam section below.
If you would like to add more flamboyant shots to your production then check the impressive Jimmy Jib, Mini Jib, Prosup Tango Slider and DJI Ronin in our grip’s section.
Or if you’re not sure what you need our in-house camera team are ready to offer advice on what you might need to achieve the shots you want whilst working to your budget, use the contact pages for details on how to get in touch directly.