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VER and Fletcher Chicago to Merge Camera Divisions

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Video Equipment Rentals and Fletcher Chicago have reached an agreement to bring Fletcher’s 16mm, 35mm and digital camera rental division into VER’s cinema division, forming a new entity. This will combine VER’s extensive inventory and international engineering staff with Fletcher’s film experience and respect for the craft of cinematography.

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Fletcher Camera advance VER’s cinema division’s commitment to service the cinematographer,” said Vince Dundee, co-owner of VER. “This now adds VER’s broadly experienced staff, vast inventory and worldwide logistics with Fletcher Camera’s passion and commitment to cinematography and stellar reputation for client service. We’re creating a synergy that will provide unmatched technical capabilities, cutting-edge equipment and outstanding customer service to the television, feature film and commercial production markets.”

“The nature of modern motion picture production requires an ever changing variety of equipment and the ability to scale up to meet the needs of an often complicated and demanding production environment,” Fletcher CEO Tom Fletcher said. “VER’s extensive inventory, engineering prowess and presence in every incentive-driven production center means that we can now more fully serve the DPs’ and ACs’ artistic and technical needs alongside the financial and business needs of producers.

This new division will have a separate identity from the rental company VER, with a different local phone number, website, traditional film prep floor space and dedicated staff. It will use Fletcher’s existing Chicago and New Orleans locations.

Fletcher Chicago’s sports division remains unchanged and will continue to operate its downtown location until the spring when it will relocate to the western suburbs.

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