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Several screen types for rent As a creative or enthusiast you know how important it is to have the right gear. Are you organizing a movie night, an exhibition or event where you will show your photos, host a film premiere or are you giving a presentation? Then a good projection screen is indispensable. You can rent a screen that fits your purpose and wish list. We will tell you the most important features and options when selecting a screen for your presentation or film screening.
Mobile projection screens Our offer includes mobile screens available for rent. These are projection screens that you can set up in different places as opposed to stationary screens that, once mounted, are more difficult to switch. A screen that is easy and quick to set up or take down is great if you want to rent a screen for (a temporary) event. In other words, a mobile projection screen offers universal usability, maximum flexibility and fast assembly.
Please note: there are different versions in mobile projection screens. Think of the size and material, but also the mounting method. For example, there are pull-up screens for rent, projection screens with an included tripod or even inflatable film screens. Each variant comes with pros and cons. Renting a pull-up screen is ideal if flexibility and mobility are important to you, but you need to have a flat surface. A projection screen on a tripod, on the other hand, is adjustable and thus more flexible, but this type of screen needs a bit more space.
Foldable snap-on tension screens In addition to regular projection screens with a housing, you can also find snap-on screens for rent. A tension screen is a foldable screen made from fabric that is snapped with snap-on press studs on a frame. Because the screen is slightly stretched, it will be extremely wrinkle free and smooth which results in improved reflection. This type of projection screen can also be rented in a mobile version. The snap-on screen is put on metal or aluminum legs that are foldable and therefore easily portable.
Which screen do you want to rent? Of course there are other aspects that you can pay attention to. Bear in mind, for example, the type of projection. There are two variants: the one you probably are familiar with, is front projection where the projector is placed in front of the screen. A second way is projection from the back of the screen (back projection). With this variant, the projector is placed behind the screen (invisible to the public) and the projector projects a mirrored image, which the viewer at the front will see as a normal projection. You should also think about the dimensions and aspect ratio you need for your projection screen. Ideally, you want it to match your projector's image, to prevent that parts of the screen remain unused.
Rent projection screens via Gearbooker Amateurs, professionals, film lovers and other creatives are welcome to rent equipment through us. This way you can try something before buying it. Your own gear that you don't use very often can help you earn money by safely renting it out to other creatives around you.