- Presidential Prompter
- Confidence Monitor
- EyePrompt / iPad
- Podium Prompter
- Wireless SteadiCam & Jib Monitor
- The Ear Prompt aka In Ear Teleprompter
Interrotron Mark III Rental (Director’s Unit and Talent Unit)
Price: $645 – $845/10 Hour Day
The Interrotron has two different units:
The Director’s Unit is not just a “face to face” unit, it also allows you to evaluate exposure, depth of field, focus, framing, color saturation, etc.
The Talent Unit is a modified, professional teleprompter that is built on a platform. It is also sized to display a human face in the right proportion.
Price: $250/Day; $750/3 Day Week
The EyeDirect is similar to the Mark III, where the main purpose is to allow the talent and the director to see each other “face to face”, so that the talent relaxes. This unit comes in a fitted Pelican case that weighs 30 pounds and is a little bigger than a carry-on bag.
Presidential Teleprompter Rental (aka Speech Prompter)
Price: $845/10 Hour Day with operator
The Presidential Teleprompter is a device often used for speeches given from behind a podium. This teleprompter is a two way mirrored glass that the audience is able to see through – but the speaker is able to see the reflected text clearly on the glass.
iPad Teleprompter Rental / EyePrompt Rental
Price: $95/Day without iPad; $120/Day with iPad
The iPad Teleprompter has both pros and cons but is still a great system. The iPad Teleprompter is good for low budgets, small productions and productions with small scripts. The teleprompter can be controlled with an iPhone through a bluetooth connection but you are unable to adjust the speed. The EyePrompter is considered to be the best iPad teleprompter and it is a one-piece setup that is easy for traveling. When the teleprompter is set up it sits on a low c-stand or a small light stand. These stands do not come with the teleprompter but the adapters are supplied making it compatible with any size camera.
Podium Prompter (Podium AutoCue)
Price: $645/10 Hour Day with operator
The Podium Prompter is placed on top of the podium making it completely invisible to the audience. This teleprompter also makes it look like the speaker is a natural because it would look like they are glancing down at their notes.
The Ear Prompt aka In Ear Teleprompter
Click on the button below and then call Bill Milling at 917-414-5489 for types, availability and pricing
San Diego Teleprompter Services
120 miles south of Los Angeles is the second largest city in California. San Diego is made up of beautiful coast lines and parks with a warm climate to go along with it. San Diego is home of the Kumeyaay people and was claimed by Spain in 1542. San Diego is Spanish for “Saint Didacus”. Today, there is an estimated 1,394,928 people living in the city.
We are a division of TeleprompterRental.com which services every major media market in North America with Teleprompters, Presidential Teleprompters, Confidence Monitors, Interrotrons, EyeDirects and iPad Prompters.
There are also many popular tourist attractions that are a must see when visiting the coastal city such as Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego, whale watching cruises and sport fishing trips. Traveling around San Diego isn’t an issue due to its cycle routes, trolley light rail system and major highways.
We Proudly Serve:
- La Mesa
- El Cajon
- Chula Vista
Thank you for considering San Diego Teleprompting Services
San Diego Convention Center
Located in the Marina district of downtown San Diego, the San Diego Convention Center hosts many large-scale events that draw people from all over the country. Such events include the Republican National Convention, the California Democratic Convention, and most recently, the Biotechnology Industry Organization International Convention.
Planning an event? American Movie Company has all of the teleprompting equipment you need. We have prompted at events at the San Diego Convention Center.
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