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The Proline Teleprompter is a complete package designed to work with any tripod and camera, from miniDV to ENG in size. The camera mounts behind the mirror, so the camera is looking right through the prompter. This design allows the speaker to look right at the camera, which adds a professional touch to commercials and educational videos. Larger cameras mount directly to the movable sled, while smaller cameras will use the dual height riser to put them in the proper position behind the mirror.
The system uses a 15-inch color LCD display with VGA. The entire setup sits atop a tripod riser. The mirror assembly is constructed of lightweight aluminum and folds flat for easy transport. Setting up requires no tools, making it particularly useful for field work or frequent set changes. The one-way mirror is constructed of low-iron glass with an anti-reflective coating that helps eliminate color shifts and light loss. Prompter weighs about 12 pounds.
A laptop or computer is required to provide your scripts to the monitor. We include a Dell laptop with PromptDog software already installed to make this as easy as possible.
This rental includes all pieces of the Proline Teleprompter except for the reversing monitor. The monitor we include is not reversing, so we include a Dell laptop that will reverse the text for you.
The rental does not include a tripod or a camera. We have tripods and a wide range of video cameras available to rent separately.
Mac Compatibility - If you will be using a Mac, please check to make sure you have a VGA adapter, or add the Projector Connector Pack for Mac to your cart.
- Supports any camera size miniDV to ENG
- Readable to about 17 feet
- VGA input
- Adjustable mirror height/angle
- Folds flat for safe, compact transportation
- Completely tool-less setup
- 60/40 Mirror
- Mounting Bracket (with dual height riser)
- USB Flash Drive
- Power Cord
- VGA Cable
- Dell Laptop with AC Power Cord
- Set Up Guide
View Proline Setup Instructions (PDF)
View Proline Setup and Troubleshooting Guide (PDF)