Georg Neumann GmbH (Neumann) is the world’s leading manufacturer of studio microphones. Their best-known products are condenser microphones for broadcast, live and music production purposes.


Nikon is one of the world’s leading suppliers of products and solutions based on advanced opto-electronics and precision technologies.


Originally founded as OConnor Engineering, the pioneer of fluid head and tripods, OConnor, is renowned for their continuous counterbalance and fluid drag support heads for film and electronic cinematography.

Ontario Creates

Ontario Creates (formerly the Ontario Media Development Corporation) supports the Film and Television industries through a variety of programs, events,and funds, such as the Film Fund and Export Fund. Ontario Creates’ Film Commission provides film attraction and facilitation services, including Ontario Creates’ digital locations database, which is accessible online 24 hours a day and contains over 250,000 digital images, representing over 11,800 individual filming locations. Ontario Creates is also the managing partner of the jointly funded Toronto/Ontario Film Office in Los Angeles.

Oxberry Cameras

Oxberry LLC* is a leading manufacturer of film scanners and film recorders, and has been an industry leader since its inception in 1947. Oxberry introduced the first commercial cel animation stand in 1947. Ten years later, the company introduced the first commercial aerial image optical printer. More recently, the company has focused on bridging the gap between digital and analog media, and in 1984, Oxberry unveiled the first digital to motion picture turn recorder. This was followed in 1987 with the introduction of the first commercial motion picture scanner.


Panasonic provides a wide range of products, from audiovisual and information and communication equipment to home appliances and components, as one of the largest electronic companies in the world today.


Polaroid heritage brands symbolize, embody and provide tremendous familiarity with quality products ranging from instant and digital still cameras, 4K high-definition TVs, mobile printers and accessories, apparel and more. They are dedicated to continually offering products that ensure quality and maximize function, making for a continuum of Polaroid brand values. They deliver on the promise of simplicity and gratification for all.

Polaroid Originals

Polaroid Originals is a new brand from Polaroid dedicated to analog instant photography in the original, iconic format. It’s the next step in a journey started by The Impossible Project, who kept the format alive since 2008.

Professional Sound Corporation

Professional Sound Corporation® is a leading manufacturer and distributor of professional audio products for the film and video industries. Since 1986, Professional Sound Corporation® has provided excellence in product engineering, assembly and service. Many Professional Sound Corporation® product innovations originated from our customers’ ideas based on their own field equipment requirements. With the help of our many valued customers, we are continually developing new and more efficient products to add to our line. The products featured in our catalog cover virtually every aspect of production audio for film and video, including: audio mixers, boom poles, phone interfaces, RF antennas, microphones, microphone power supplies, distribution amplifiers, equipment carts, cables, and adapters.

Rosco Laboratories

Rosco, founded in 1910, is best known for the products it originally manufactured: color filters, gobos, scenic paints and fog products for the entertainment industry. The company now offers products in more than a dozen categories, including LED Lighting, Backdrops and Digital Imagery, Window Control, Image and Effect Projection Equipment, Staging Products, Projection Screens and Flooring products for dance and television studios.


Sekonic Corporation Japan provides the widest range of light measurement devices for photographers around the world. Established in June 1951 as Seiko Electric Industries Co., Ltd., the first Sekonic brand exposure meter introduced was the revolutionary Sekonic P-1. Today Sekonic continues to produce and develop meters for every aspect of photography, serving the film, video, cinematography, and digital photography markets.


Sennheiser specializes in the design and production of a wide range of high fidelity products, including microphones, headphones, telephone accessories and aviation headsets for personal, professional and business applications.


At Sony Professional, we’ve been working alongside professionals for over 50 years. It is through the experiences of working together, forging strong business partnerships that we strive to understand our customers’ needs and the challenges they face. Together with our market-leading technologies and expertise, we develop bespoke solutions to enable individuals across various industries to bring their ideas forward. Collaboration and innovation are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to making your aspirations a reality. Live Your Vision. For Sony Professional visit

Source Shop

The Source Shop has been Toronto’s source for Production Industry Equipment and Supplies since 1993. We carry everything you need to keep your production moving smoothly and properly. We do it all from lighting and grip equipment, to accessories, expendables, director’s chairs, and even the little extras like crew gifts.

Technically Yours Inc.

Manufactures products for the entertainment industry including motion picture, television, theatrical, photography and special events. Product highlights include lighting filters, camera filters, camera filter holder systems, fluorescent sleeves, dichroic glass filters and gobos. Product lines include LEE Filters, Rose Brand, Reflecmedia, Brightline and Screen Goo.

ZEISS Camera Lenses (Division of ZEISS International)

ZEISS is an internationally leading technology enterprise operating in the fields of optics and optoelectronics.ZEISS Camera Lenses: Impressive creations of photography and cinematography have been developed through the lenses of ZEISS since 1890.