FS: On Site event setup

decalsdecals Big grinsPosts: 42Registered Users Big grins
edited July 11, 2007 in The Kitchen Sink
Event Trailer and set up for sale
My wife is battling colon cancer for the second time around, and I am thinking about selling my On Site setup. I purchased it in November of last year, and have only set it up 3 times. It works great, I just need to spend more time at home this summer. A quick list:

3 processing computers, 2 gig ram, 200 gig hd, P4-3.0
9 viewing stations, set up on 3 computers.
4 R800 printers, all work great, use the gloss cartridges.
20 foot vendor trailer
$12,500

options:
honda EU300I generator
Epson 4800 pro, 17" roll printer, still has original cartridges
EZUP, tables, etc.
Canon 30D
Canon 70-200 2.8 non IS
Sigma 24-70 2.8
Canon Rebel XT
Sigma 75-300
20 - 2 gig flash cards
New Sharp cash register
other misc goods.

I would not sell the camera stuff unless it goes with the trailer. Located in Owensboro Ky


Donnie Hagan
donnie@haganconstruction.com
270-570-0203


I have added more to the trailer since these pics were taken


Set up inside:

IMG_9710.JPG

Trailer:
trailer1790.jpg


trailer1797.jpg

Comments

  • BendrBendr Major grins Posts: 665Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 3, 2007
    Wow, that looks like quite a slick set-up...

    Very cool!
  • mr peasmr peas Drag that shutter! Posts: 1,392Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    Yeah that is really well put. This would be great for football-baseball-bball-soccer shooters.

    What kind of software do you use on the viewing stations allowing the customers to pick and buy out whatever images they may want?
  • dragon300zxdragon300zx What God Complex? Posts: 2,575Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    :cry:cry If I had the cash sitting around I would buy this in a second. Looks like a great setup guys. I have worked for a event's shooting company with a very similar setup and I can easily see this paying for itself in just a few events after seeing the kinda sales numbers they do.

    Someone buy this so I don't keep thinking about how to come up with the money.

    Best wishes to your and your family decals.
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  • JimMJimM wannabee Posts: 1,389Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    Someone buy this so I don't keep thinking about how to come up with the money.

    Gary, I think you should buy it so I can borrow it from you (or rent it). mwink.gif
    Cameras: >(2) Canon 20D .Canon 20D/grip >Canon S200 (p&s)
    Glass: >Sigma 17-35mm,f2.8-4 DG >Tamron 28-75mm,f2.8 >Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro >Canon 70-200mm,f2.8L IS >Canon 200mm,f2.8L
    Flash: >550EX >Sigma EF-500 DG Super >studio strobes

    Sites: Jim Mitte Photography - Livingston Sports Photos - Brighton Football Photos
  • dragon300zxdragon300zx What God Complex? Posts: 2,575Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    JimM wrote:
    Gary, I think you should buy it so I can borrow it from you (or rent it). mwink.gif

    We could split it 50/50 and buy it together or get another local photographer and go thirds.
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  • StormdancingStormdancing Clickin and Grinnin Posts: 917Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    My thoughts and prayers are with your wife and your family.

    This would be my dream setup, but unfortunately not in the cards right now.
    If there is anything I can help you with, please let me know. I live in Evansville and would be glad to come over and help you.
    Dana
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  • decalsdecals Big grins Posts: 42Registered Users Big grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    Thanks for the support guys and girls. I have had several PM's about parting it out. I am not interested in that. If the complete trailer setup does not sell first, nothing else is for sale. I do not really want to sell it, but I would. I have three people asking lots of questions already, I might be too cheap!

    Donnie Hagan
  • SteveMSteveM SmugMug Pro Concierge Posts: 482Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    We could split it 50/50 and buy it together or get another local photographer and go thirds.
    WOW that's tempting, guys.

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  • JimMJimM wannabee Posts: 1,389Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    Sure gets cheaper when split into 3rds. Lots of questions come up though, where to store it. Who fixes it when it breaks. Etc. I think I would be interested in renting it on some occasions and would be interested in helping you guys at some events. Trying to share a trailer when we are each 30 miles apart would be tough.
    Cameras: >(2) Canon 20D .Canon 20D/grip >Canon S200 (p&s)
    Glass: >Sigma 17-35mm,f2.8-4 DG >Tamron 28-75mm,f2.8 >Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro >Canon 70-200mm,f2.8L IS >Canon 200mm,f2.8L
    Flash: >550EX >Sigma EF-500 DG Super >studio strobes

    Sites: Jim Mitte Photography - Livingston Sports Photos - Brighton Football Photos
  • JimMJimM wannabee Posts: 1,389Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    By the way, what is the size of the trailer?
    Cameras: >(2) Canon 20D .Canon 20D/grip >Canon S200 (p&s)
    Glass: >Sigma 17-35mm,f2.8-4 DG >Tamron 28-75mm,f2.8 >Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro >Canon 70-200mm,f2.8L IS >Canon 200mm,f2.8L
    Flash: >550EX >Sigma EF-500 DG Super >studio strobes

    Sites: Jim Mitte Photography - Livingston Sports Photos - Brighton Football Photos
  • dragon300zxdragon300zx What God Complex? Posts: 2,575Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    JimM wrote:
    By the way, what is the size of the trailer?

    20' Trailer. Which is prolly the largest I personally would want to deal with towing.
    Everyone Has A Photographic Memory. Some Just Do Not Have Film.
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  • JimMJimM wannabee Posts: 1,389Registered Users Major grins
    edited April 4, 2007
    20' Trailer. Which is prolly the largest I personally would want to deal with towing.

    I really need to learn to read, don't I? rolleyes1.gif
    Cameras: >(2) Canon 20D .Canon 20D/grip >Canon S200 (p&s)
    Glass: >Sigma 17-35mm,f2.8-4 DG >Tamron 28-75mm,f2.8 >Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro >Canon 70-200mm,f2.8L IS >Canon 200mm,f2.8L
    Flash: >550EX >Sigma EF-500 DG Super >studio strobes

    Sites: Jim Mitte Photography - Livingston Sports Photos - Brighton Football Photos
  • decalsdecals Big grins Posts: 42Registered Users Big grins
    edited April 5, 2007
  • Ann McRaeAnn McRae SmugMug BizDev|Educator Posts: 4,914Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 11, 2007
  • decalsdecals Big grins Posts: 42Registered Users Big grins
    edited July 11, 2007
    Ann McRae wrote:
    So, any update about this?

    ann



    I still have it, used it 3 times at the races in the last 3 months. I would still sell, but prices are firm. I may get the T&I contract on a 1300 player football league, and could use it there.

    Thanks
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