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Acrylic Clapboard Dry Erase Director Film Movie Clapper Board Slate 9.6 * 11.7" with White/Black Sticks

Acrylic Clapboard Dry Erase Director Film Movie Clapper Board Slate 9.6 * 11.7" with White/Black Sticks

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Features:  
Computer-engraved English letterings for longevity.
Large-size: 24.5 * 29.8cm / 9.6 * 11.7in.
Acrylic material and non-wood produced, easy to be written or cleaned.
Magnetic sticks ensure firm and audible closure.
Special design and powerful enough to avoid crack.  

Specifications:
Material: Magnetic strip + Acrylic
Writing way: Use the high-quality felt pen or marker pen, and erase it after use (pen not included)
Used for: Film, TV plays, studio live, advertisement, video, etc.
Clapboard size: Approx. 24.5 * 29.8 * 1.8cm / 9.6 * 11.7 * 0.7in
Clapboard weight: 360g / 12.7oz
Package size: 33 * 27.3 * 6.2cm / 13.0 * 10.7 * 2.4in
Package weight: 525g / 1.16Lbs

Note:
Don't use the greasy pen, otherwise it can't be erased.

Package List:
1 * Clapboard

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  • No. There is no reason for a directors Clapboard to be magnetic. If you want to attach the marker to the board itself, you can always attach Velcro to the marker and rear of the board It is hand operated while being held between the video/motion picture camera and the scene to be recorded

    By David R. Sandoz on November 3, 2017

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  • By Not Available

    February 8, 2017

    It definitely does the job, but not out of the box and not without some slight modification. The writing is not engraved, so I cut some clear packaging tape into appropriate sizes to cover the lines and words. I don't know how durable they would be otherwise, but my guess is not very. The screws for the sticks were very loose; lock tight fixed that. The colors are two, low quality stickers. I put some clear packaging tape over them to keep them from ripping (after I accidentally ripped the end of one trying to get duck tape off of it). The duck tape on the bracket isn't necessary; I just have it there to be extra sure the screws don't come out among other reasons. Also, the sticker on the top stick goes under the connecting screw bracket and fouls up as you use the sticks. I took the top stick off, cut off the part of the sticker that was fouling under the bracket, and secured it with more clear packaging tape (seeing a trend here?). The white board was glued into the bottom stick, but the slot that was cut for it was too wide. It's secure, but at a slight backward angle (the sticks lean away from the side with the writing) probably because of how it must have been resting on the table while drying (my best guess). Not a problem, but it could be harder to hold if the sticks were angled forward. The board is about 3mm thick, so it's not the most durable thing on Earth. It's not too bad though, and it does have some flex; don't sit on it, and it should be fine. Anything that's not held together by screws is glued in (white board/magnets), so if you get a slate with a bad glue job, you should be able to fix it without too much hassle. The only other thing I can think to mention is that I noticed the whole slate is slightly larger than most higher-priced clapper boards. I don't know if this could be a problem, but it's worth noting. Overall, I'm not head over heels in love with this particular model, but it should work very well. Plus, I don't have to pay upwards of $30 for something that's either only built slightly better or is way over priced. Also, bonus beauty shot because reasons.

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  • By Harrysgirl

    January 10, 2018

    This is an amazing product. It is well built and the dry erase board erases clean with no smears. It looks alot more professional using a slate over having your talent clap in front of the camera. Now I haven't synced audio with it yet but it will work great since it is louder than I clap to sync audio. The one downside is that it doesn't have a shot number, but that will be fine because there is enough space to add one in yourself. If you are looking to buy this buy it, because it will make you look a heck alot more professional. And this is coming from a 14 year old, so I need to look professional and serious about the films I make. And this is a cheap way to add a little professionalism to my productions. I have already had an experince when I walked on set with this the talent's reaction was, "Wow you have one of those," and they immeaditly took this production seriously. And I never had to use then, but since I'm a 14 year old people don't take me seriously but with this one cheap thing it can bring your production value up a little. Now if you don't have dual audio don't get this! It will be a waste of money. Because all you will be using it for is the white board part, and you can save money by going to dollar general to get a white board alot cheaper. Well that's all I've got to say, but this is an amazing product for the price.

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  • By Joseph R Clark

    December 29, 2017

    Combining a useful clap board strike to help sync audio, and also a useful marking point on the first few frames of your footage to help identify what clip you're using, you can't go wrong here. My only qualm is the white board part is difficult to write on with any white board marker and is hard to erase. This will get very dirty very quick. I suggest masking off the writable sections and repainting with a white board base to give it more usability. The clapper did come very very loose. A phillips head screwdriver corrected that.

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  • By B Densley

    November 29, 2017

    Pretty decent, does the job, but you do get what you pay for. My biggest complaint is the little magnet on the top of the clapper comes unglued and sticks to the bottom clapper magnet. I haven't lost it yet because it gets stuck to the bottom magnet, but I have had to reglue it several times, obviously with little success. The screws that connect the two clappers come loose often as well, so I usually have to tighten them before every gig. But otherwise, it does the job and again, I get what I paid for. It'll work until I get a timecode slate.

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  • By Schmidt, John Jacob Jingleheimer

    November 15, 2017

    It definitely does the job, but not out of the box and not without some slight modification. The writing is not engraved, so I cut some clear packaging tape into appropriate sizes to cover the lines and words. I don't know how durable they would be otherwise, but my guess is not very. The screws for the sticks were very loose; lock tight fixed that. The colors are two, low quality stickers. I put some clear packaging tape over them to keep them from ripping (after I accidentally ripped the end of one trying to get duck tape off of it). The duck tape on the bracket isn't necessary; I just have it there to be extra sure the screws don't come out among other reasons. Also, the sticker on the top stick goes under the connecting screw bracket and fouls up as you use the sticks. I took the top stick off, cut off the part of the sticker that was fouling under the bracket, and secured it with more clear packaging tape (seeing a trend here?). The white board was glued into the bottom stick, but the slot that was cut for it was too wide. It's secure, but at a slight backward angle (the sticks lean away from the side with the writing) probably because of how it must have been resting on the table while drying (my best guess). Not a problem, but it could be harder to hold if the sticks were angled forward. The board is about 3mm thick, so it's not the most durable thing on Earth. It's not too bad though, and it does have some flex; don't sit on it, and it should be fine. Anything that's not held together by screws is glued in (white board/magnets), so if you get a slate with a bad glue job, you should be able to fix it without too much hassle. The only other thing I can think to mention is that I noticed the whole slate is slightly larger than most higher-priced clapper boards. I don't know if this could be a problem, but it's worth noting. Overall, I'm not head over heels in love with this particular model, but it should work very well. Plus, I don't have to pay upwards of $30 for something that's either only built slightly better or is way over priced. Also, bonus beauty shot because reasons.

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  • By andrei Roublev

    November 12, 2017

    Certains markers effaçables à sec laissent des traces ... j'ai donc recouvert la plaquette de large adhésif transparent, pas très décoratif mais efficace. Manque un support pour marker et un trou pour accrocher un chiffon ou une éponge au bout d'une ficelle (mot banni dans le cinéma), ce sera donc à modifier par l'utilisateur. Sur le revers on peut coller une charte Lily petit modèle ou utiliser cette surface pour la balance des blancs, éventuellement en y rajoutant une gélatine tenue par des pinces à linge pour tricher les blancs. Son principal avantage ; son prix, par rapport à certains produits vendus en boutique "pro" plus de 120 €

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  • By Ellis Myland

    November 6, 2017

    Great Clapboard. I bought this for the budding movie director in my family. The board was going to be part of a gift basket with a bunch of movie/film related items, but it was so smart and attractive looking that I decided to wrap and present it separately. It is a very good sized, construction is sturdy and the white dry erase board is very unique and fun. The clapper works great and the non traditional colors along the top really make the board pop. Writing on the board with dry erase markers is a breeze and very easy to erase. The board is functional and fun and makes a great gift for anyone interested in film, directing, entertainment, etc.

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  • By Alice

    November 5, 2017

    Die Klappe wird bei mir für Videoproduktionen benutzt und ihren Dienst tut sie jetzt seit gut einem halben Jahr. Seitdem haben sich leider Rückstände von den Markern gebildet. Ich hab Whiteboard- und Folienmarker verwendet und beide haben Rückstände hinterlassen. Mit Aceton kann man leider nicht ran, da sonst die Lackschicht zerstört wird und die Oberfläche rau wird. Die Schrauben muss man immer wieder anziehen. Der Magnet in der Klappe ist angenehm und man macht währen der Videoproduktion aus Versehen keine Geräusche, wenn man sie in der Hand hält. Bis auf die Rückstände die bleiben ist sie perfekt für meinen Gebrauch.

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  • By Amanda

    October 31, 2017

    I know that I have always wanted to clack and clapboard. I remember when I was little pretending that I was a video director. My children now what their own electronics that can take videos so this will be great to inspire their imagination. I am always wanting them to use their imagination. We do not have dry erase markers in our house but we did have liquid chalk markers and they worked just as great. The back of the clapboard is blank so a younger child would be able to to use it just to doodle on, even while on a road trip. It is so sturdy and well made that even if you are directing a local play or something like that this would work perfect. I am really impressed with this clapboard and my kids love it!

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  • By Melissa

    October 1, 2017

    Den Artikel habe ich mir im Mai bestellt, da es für Filmdrehs ziemlich praktisch ist, eine Filmklappe dabei zu haben und es das spätere Schneiden erleichert. Wer also vorhat, ein Video oder einen kleinen Film zu drehen, dem kann ich diesen Artikel nur sehr ans Herz legen. Da die Tafel aus Acryl ist, lässt sie sich mit einem wiederabwaschbaren Folienstift beschreiben und auch mit einem nassen Tuch leicht wieder abwischen. Im Gegensatz zu einigen anderen Filmklappen mit denen ich gearbeitet habe, lockern sich die Schrauben an der Klappe nicht. Der Artikel ist auch ziemlich robust und überlebt auch schon mal Stürze aus geringer Höhe.

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  • By Michael L. Maninger

    September 5, 2017

    I find this to be well worth the price paid. A couple bucks and a little time will improve the performance of this device. For the whiners: Trip to the hardware store for some lock nuts to replace the non lock nuts solved the often referred to problem of this falling apart. A china marker( AKA grease pencil ) works better than a dry erase marker. If the message board falls away from the clapper either gorilla glue or house hold caulk will fix the problem. for Pete's sake this is only a few bucks for a Clapboard.

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  • By Hobal A. Grajeda

    September 1, 2017

    First thing you should know is that this clapboard is very thin and if you are not careful you might brake it. The board is made of 1/8" acrylic and can easily be broken if not careful. I rate it 4 stars only because of the marker, mine didn't work and I already knew I wasn't going to get a professional clapboard for less than $20 bucks. But the claper is very well made, again the weak part of the clapboard is the board itself. I plan to add another 1/8" to the board to make stronger and not be worried that it might break during production. PROS: The claper is made of wood and metal and it look pretty strong.

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  • By Robert Teancum Horning

    February 27, 2017

    I got what I paid for and I like the product and how it works. It gets the job done for a relative reasonable price while informing you editor/crew of what shot your setting up for. While I would desire more info on the clapper, it'll make organizing in post-production much more easier. You have to remind yourself to clean the clapper after the production is over but you should probably get into the habit of doing that anyways. Other then that though, I love the product as a beginning film student.

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  • By Torontobound

    February 25, 2017

    This clapper board came wrapped as if it was Xmas! Nice packaging and boxed well. I read the reviews after purchasing and was worried this bird would be junk. After opening it up and checking it over, it looks nice and made sturdy. There are 3 screws that hold the wood clapper to the board and since its used when clapping, you will need to tighten them every so often. The board is a high impact plastic(?) and the lettering/boxes are printed clearly. There are 2 magnets, one in the top wood clapper and one on the bottom. So far they haven't come loose. So far it works and serves its purpose. Well worth the money.

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  • By K. Gardner

    June 29, 2018

    Useful for theater and other movie production props.

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  • By Christo M

    June 30, 2017

    The best one on the market!!!!!

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  • By EposVox

    February 9, 2017

    This is a pretty neat little clapboard. I had a chalk marker one before that I could never get working properly. This isn't the highest quality thing, but it gets the job done for my YouTube productions. Dry erase erases cleanly - though the printed lines and such can rub off, as well, over time. The magnet that holds the bar is handy to keep it from breaking over time. Not a huge deal. If you want a cheap clapper, go for it!

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  • By Ingo Gleitsmann

    November 18, 2017

    Preis-Leistungsverhältnis ist gut. Schrift hält gut. Wir vergeben gute 4 Sterne. Empfohlen für Hobby-Filmer , die pfleglich damit umgehen.

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  • By Kevin Gregory

    October 5, 2017

    Very satisfied, with the product and with the service.

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  • By d***s

    January 3, 2015

    Ordered this and got it the next day... amazing

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