To achieve high quality professional photography, we recommend the following photographic and computer equipment. We have used this equipment on location in Japan, throughout Europe, and in remote areas of Central America. Whether in jet helicopter, dugout canoe, or by mule train, our expeditions search for the lost pyramids of the Maya civilization. We sincerely appreciate the many corporate benefactors who have made these archaeological photographic research projects possible.

Calumet Digital Solutions, Heidelberg, Scitex, and a host of other companies either already are sponsors or are in the process of sending substantial amounts of equipment for evaluation at the various FLAAR digital imaging studios in Germany, Guatemala, or the USA.

Hardware Sponsors
Camera Equipment Provided
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QMS laser printers

Apple Computer

American Power Conversion uninterruptable power supply

Kaidan (virtual reality equipment)

Encad (Nova Jet Pro)

EFI (Electronics for Imaging) hardware Fiery RIP

Lexmark (color laser printers)

Alps dye-sub color printers

Better Light (digital panorama and rollout cameras)

Dicomed (high-end 4x5 digital cameras)

Wisner Classic Manufacturing (large format cameras)

Ries Industries (tripods)

Kart-a Bag (essential carts and tables)

Leica 100 mm APO Macro lens

Rodenstock (lenses for large format cameras)

Photography Sponsors
Software Benefactors

Agfa Germany (special 70mm film for rollout cameras)

BulbMan (lamps for studio photography)

GretagMacbeth

Munsell Color

Rosco (important color balance filters)

American Ink Jet Corporation (wide format paper and related materials)

FWB HardDisk ToolKit

Apple Computer

Autodesk (AutoCad)

Kinetix (3DStudio Max)

Caligari (TrueSpace3)

Photo Studio Lighting Providers
Sponsors in Guatemala

Sola hevi-duty power conditioners

Smith-Victor light stands

Lowel-light Manufacturing

Videssence

Visual Departures (DedoLights)

Dedo-Weigert (Munich, Germany, Dedo lights)

Hotel Cortijo Reforma (Guatemala City)

Posada de la Selva (Tikal National Park)

Hotel de la Isla (Flores, Peten)

Hotel Santo Tomas (Chichicastenango)

El Sombrero (Lake Yaxha, Peten)

Sponsors in Honduras

Tunkul Restaurant (Copan Ruinas, Honduras)

Ixchel Spanish School (Copan Ruinas, Honduras)

Bayman's Bay Club, for outstanding diving in the Bay Islands.

 

Hardware Sponsors

Camera Equipment

Photography Sponsors

Software

Photo Studio Lighting

Sponsors in Guatemala

Sponsors in Honduras

 

If your company would like to be a corporate sponsor, please contact us,
e-mail ReaderService@FLAAR.org,

Hardware Sponsors

Camera Equipment

Photography Sponsors

Software

Photo Studio Lighting

Sponsors in Guatemala

Sponsors in Honduras

Additional Corporate Benefactors

Weyerhaeuser Paper

Rexam Graphics

Precision Coatings

 

Hardware Sponsors

Camera Equipment

Photography Sponsors

Software

Photo Studio Lighting

Sponsors in Guatemala

Sponsors in Honduras

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