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Theft at Charles Street Video

Some of us here at blogTO are indie film and video makers, who value and rely on our city's artist-run centres for their support. We are disheartened and disgusted to hear that Charles Street Video was broken into on Thursday. And according to General Manager Ross Turnbull: "the core of its recently acquired production packages [were] stolen, including both of its new, high definition video cameras."

If anyone has ANY info, please contact CSV:

Tel: (416) 603-6564
Email: csv(at)charlesstreetvideo.com

Below is the list of stolen equipment:

Micron wireless microphone kit (includes both receiver and transmitter)
Panasonic HDX900 camera
Panasonic HVX200 camera
Panasonic PV G5250 mini-DV camera & case, charger, batteries, audio adapter
HHB minidisc recorder, charger, AC
Canon Lens
Panasonic Memory Cards
Panasonic Memory Cards
Panasonic Memory Cards
Panasonic Batteries x 3
Lite Panel
Follow Focus / Chroziel Flexible
Anton Bauer Quad
Anton Bauer Titan 70 batteries (4)
Anton Bauer Titan 70 Battery Charger
Mini DV camera Case


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