Each teleprompter has been chosen to help your talent appear natural on camera.
Our systems are easy to adjust for all sizes of film and video cameras—with minimal f-stop loss. They range from basic iPad prompters, to more professional 7″ monitors all the way to a 22″ monster. We have high-bright units for outside use which can be battery-powered. We also have multiple systems for teleprompting multicam shoots. There’s a lot of options so we’ll help you choose the right teleprompter for your unique situation. Our systems are delivered & set up by our friendly, skilled teleprompter operators.
Meet our fleet of teleprompters:
7 inch teleprompter: For small spaces or Steadicam.
Beautifully machined. Wireless options available, too. Adaptable to any size camera. DSLRs or full size cameras pair easily! AC or camera battery-powered via 4 pin XLR, Hirose 4, or Anton-Bauer D-Tap connectors. 6 pounds. VGA and HDMI input. Lens opening 102mm. Also can be made into our lightest eyebrow prompter by mounting it above the lens.
7 inch PRomptBox teleprompter: great for handheld and Steadicam
This unique design quickly connects to the top shoe or 1/4″ thread of your camera. Perfect for DSLR rigs and also full size cameras. AC or camera-powered via 4 pin XLR or Anton-Bauer D-Tap connectors. Wireless feed available. 3 pounds. VGA and HDMI input. Lens opening 115mm.
10 inch teleprompter: our light, bright powerhouse
Quick and easy to set up plus it’s bright enough for use outside: 1000 nits! It pairs perfectly with both DSLR and full size cameras. Its trapezoid mirror allows for wide angle lenses and better off-axis viewing for talent. You can also take the mirror hood off to make an even lighter below-the-lens prompter: great for jibs, complex matte boxes, and LiteRings. VGA, HDMI, and SDI inputs. Lens hood opening is 102mm. 7.2 lbs with mirror attached.
15 inch: The workhorse of our fleet.
Perfect for jibs and studio work. We offer Mirror Image and TeleScript models. Ask for the high-bright and battery upgrade if you are shooting out in the sun. Available as a free-standing option. SVGA, HDMI or SDI inputs. 18 pounds.
19 inch teleprompter: Big and versatile
For big matte boxes, extreme wide-angle lenses, multiple cameras sharing one eyeline, or when your subject doesn’t want to wear glasses. These are great when Keynote or PowerPoint is used instead of prompting. Ask for the high-bright and battery upgrade if you are shooting out in the sun. We offer remote slide advancers. Available as a free-standing option. 25 pounds. SVGA, HDMI or SDI inputs.
22 inch teleprompter: A text monster
We created this beast when a client needed a larger opening for their massive matte box on a fully rigged Panavision film camera. The hood fabric is loose and flops over the lens like the old-school wet-plate cameras. It’s great for multiple cameras sharing one eyeline, or when the talent is farther away from the lens. While it’s too heavy for a standard tripod, short of a geared head, it is easily used as a freestanding rig. The loose hood allows for a lot of panning and tilting and is perfect for PTZ cameras. VGA and HDMI inputs.