Stolen Gear from Toronto

Posted by Andrew Kines 
Stolen Gear from Toronto
April 22, 2007 04:58PM
I know this is the Los Angeles FCPUG and I am from Toronto but I thought I would put this here just in case.
My local artists video centre had a whole bunch of stuff stolen from their equipment room. It's probably long gone but if anyone out there happens to have someone offer them a REALLY cheap Panny 900P it would be nice to hear about it. The break in was Thursday night. These people knew what they were after as they left behind the SD stuff and lots of other gear and got themselves a good HD package for little effort and a whale load of bad karma. If they shoot a film with it I hope they have a crap editor who has no sense of story or timing.

I have a PDF with Models and serial numbers if you would like it.
The main stuff is this....

micron wireless kit (includes both receiver and transmitter)
panasonic camera HDX900P HD
panasonic camera HDX200 HD/SD portabrace
panasonic camera PV G5250 & case, charger, batteries, audio adapter
HHB minidisc recorder, charger, AC MDP500
Canon Lens HJ 11 x 4.7 KLL Lens
3 x Panasonic Memory Cards P2 memory 8GB cards
Panasonic Batteries x 3 batteries for HD 200 camera
Lite Panel EQ-LP-CLPK-50
Follow Focus / Chroziel Flexible External Focus Control
Anton Bauer Quad
4 x Anton Bauer Titan 70 batteries batteries for HD 900 camera
Anton Bauer Titan 70 Battery Charger

Thanks for your attention.

Sleeplings, AWAKE!
Re: Stolen Gear from Toronto
April 22, 2007 08:19PM
WOW Andrew that is really crazy

there are no words to discribe the feeling right now other then pure disgust

David at Movies Rock in Toronto
Re: Stolen Gear from Toronto
April 24, 2007 01:07PM
I hope they have bad Karma too.

There is nothing worse than having someone rip you off like that. Shame on them.
Re: Stolen Gear from Toronto
April 27, 2007 12:04PM
The facility that owned the gear have added a reward of $1000 in canadian monopoly coloured bills for information leading to the return of the gear. That would be about $900 in your monochromatic US dollars, Or 650 oven fresh buttery croissant smelling, train riding, euros.
All other conversions are up to you.

Sleeplings, AWAKE!
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