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Astoria Mega
Green Screen Studio

Ideal for large scale Green Screen productions.

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Astoria Green Screen & White Cyc Studio in NYC

This is our sister Green Screen Stage and masssive White Cyc Stage, in Astoria, Queens, owned and operated by our strategic partners.

The studio in Astoria is easily accessible via the R train from Manhattan. There is ample on street parking. Facility is quite large with a huge White Cyc Stage on the top floor. (35′ X 35′ X 70′).

This stage can be painted to be a Green Screen Studio.

The huge studio in Astoria has several stages and includes a full working kitchen which is available for shooting.

There are several stages:

  • Master white cyc stage (largest)
  • Green screen soundstage
  • Two talk show/news set green screen stages
  • Library set
  • Shooting kitchen

The following lights are available in 3rd floor Mega Stage

Call 917-414-5489 for more info

16 — 750W spot lights (Source Four)

9 —  750W lights (Source Four Parnel)

2 — 750W lights (Mole Fresnel)

6 — 1000W light (Arri Fresnel)
2 — 2000W light (Arri Fresnel) (probably can be used with 1000W bulb)

1 — 650W light (Arri Fresnel)
1 — 300W light (Arri Fresnel)

1 — Light control board (Strand Lighting 100)

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