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Roy H. Wagner ASC employs Cartoni Lambda head for versatility on the set of Stand!

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Emmy-winning cinematographer Roy H. Wagner ASC (Emmy Award for the Pilot of “Beauty and the Beast” and “Quantum Leap” Pilot) has worked on some of the most iconic titles in recent film and television history, including “Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors,” “CSI: Las Vegas,” and “Elementary.” With a reputation for creating dark and dramatic imagery, it may be a ...

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Renowned European Research University Becomes Second to Certify that the UV-C Boxer disinfects production gear from Covid-19 in just 3 minutes

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The independent study makes the CARTONI UV-C BOXER the first device specially designed for the film industry to be certified to sanitize against microorganisms & COVID-19.   Rome, Italy – The University of Siena, the highly-rated Phase IV testing facility in the country, has certified that Cartoni’s UV-C Boxer neutralizes microorganisms, including COVID-19, in just three minutes. The test results ...

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Texas-based Lab Certifies the CARTONI UV-C BOXER’s ability to neutralize COVID-19 in just 3 minutes

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The independent study makes the CARTONI UV-C BOXER the first device specially designed for the film industry to be certified to sanitize against microorganisms & COVID-19  Rome, Italy (January 18, 2020)- Texas-based Microchem Laboratory, an FDA compliant laboratory that specializes in testing, has certified that CARTONI’s UV-C BOXER, equipped with ten medical-grade UV-C (100-280nm) lamps, neutralizes microorganisms, including COVID-19, in ...

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Back to Work Safely: Catching up with National Geographic explorer and Cartoni tripod user Federico Pardo

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National Geographic explorer and cinematographer Federico Pardo traveled to the Amazon during the height of the pandemic. Pardo’s mission was to capture video on some of Colombia’s most endangered species. The video was part of an immersive multimedia project called “Vanishing Primates.” We caught up with Pardo to learn more about the project, his experience filming during the pandemic, and ...

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Cartoni introduces the Red Lock System

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A new line of aggressively priced camera supports available in 3 different payload and fluid head configurations Rome, Italy (March 2, 2020) – Cartoni, the Italian leader in premium camera supports for the broadcast, film, and pro-video industries, is pleased to introduce three new systems of aggressively-priced professional camera supports designed for camera operators on the go. The new Red ...

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Cartoni tripods provide over a decade of reliability for FilmEd Academy of the Arts

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Newport Beach, Calif (January 30, 2020) – For nearly twenty years, FilmEd Academy of the Arts for provided state of the art production services and filmmaking training to high schools throughout Orange County. With demand for video production and digital skills on the rise, FilmEd has trusted the same brand that Hollywood studios and broadcasters trust for reliable, smooth performance. ...

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Frank Lozano’s mission rest on a good set of Cartoni sticks

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Frank Lozano is on a mission. “I’ve filmed orphanages in Haiti, AIDs clinics in Nigeria, I have documented digging water wells in Burkina Faso, Africa, and told the heartbreaking story of two married Holocaust survivors that met in a concentration camp,” says Lozano. The imagery he creates is inspiring. Visual storytelling may be the only way to accurately convey what ...

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