We know how important your event is. For that reason alone, we searched high and low to find the best equipment available. All of our equipment exceed the industry standard. You won't find any shortcuts here. In case of equipment failure, we always bring a set up backups to your event for your piece of mind, and ours. Although piles of equipment and software goes into each booth, here are a few main components of our photo booth system. We don't just think we have the best photo booth around, we know we do.
Bigger is better. Our photo booth features an 18 inch touchscreen computer with the latest and greatest photo booth software in the industry. Our computers are not used for any other purpose other than in our booths
The Alien Bees ABR 800 ring flash is a favorite among professional photographers. The fully adjustable light output feature means that no matter how bright or how dark your venue is, our photo booth will produce shadow free photos of your guests each and every time.
Most photo booths use the cheapest (xti, xsi, t1, t2, t3) type of Canon DSLRs. This is understandable due to the fact that the photos being printed are only 1" tall by 1.5" wide. We decided against the conventional and use the Canon 70D with an upgraded wide angle lens in our photo booth. The main reason we chose this camera was because of its full HD video capabilities with automatic focusing. Since our photo booth offers a video session option in addition to the standard photo session, we felt that the Canon 70D was a perfect fit.
DNP is the leading manufacturer of professional quality dye-sublimination photo printers. The company has been around forever and the DNP DS40 is their flagship printer and is a workhorse. Besides being well known for its reliability, it has two features that most photo booth printers do not. First, it has the fastest print speed around at 8 seconds per print. This means your guest will be able to take more photos during your event. Secondly, this printer automatically prints two sets of 2" x 6" photo strips. Many photo booth companies use cheaper sub-dye printers that do not have this feature. Either the attendant or the guests have to cut the 4" by 6" photo strip in half manually.
The Rode Videomic Pro is a semipro external mic we use to capture quality sound during optional video sessions. The sound comes out crystal clear so you can hear your guests' messages.