3D Stuff for Rent at Wimbledon Studios
Decode just moved to Wimbledon Studios in London, UK where the Iron Lady was shot (with Maryl Streep). This fully revamped location offers 220,000 sq. feet of production space and hosts several facilities and the 'Media village'. Formerly known as Merton Studios, Wimbledon Studios reopenend one year ago.
Decode stock the latest 3D stereoscopic rigs and equipment in London, UK: side-by-side and beam splitter rigs, 3D monitors, Stereobrain 3D processors, etc. They also provide consultancy and stereographers with over 20 years of experience. Here under a side-by-side 3D rig fitted with a pair of Sony cameras.
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The complex contains more than 50 purpose-built sets including a prison, police station, hospital, court room and a unique Houses of Commons set that was recently used during the shooting of frthcoming feature The Iron Lady. Additional sets are "due to arrive in the coming months". Two large sound stages have been sound proofed by the new wners, who have also added two new 2,500 square foot sound stages for smaller set ups. Also in the grounds are companies providing HD shotting and post production facilities, costume hire and stereoscopic 3D production specialists. The production offices and dressing rooms have also been upgraded and a "state of the art" door entry system is installed at the site.Meryl Streep has taken home this year's Best Actress Academy Award for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in the Iron Lady, shot partly at Wimbledon Studios.
Visit Decode for more info on their 3D equipment offer.