Relaxed Camera Policy For NIN/Jane’s Addiction Shows Announced

April 29th, 2009
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For those looking to attend the nostalgically epic shows that will comprise the joint tour of Nine Inch Nails and Jane’s Addiction, Trent Reznor has announced via the forums at that a relaxed photo/video policy will be in place from 5/7 to 6/12.

Here are examples of will or won’t be allowed:

I have a nice SLR camera and lens and I want to shoot photos. YES.
I have a high-quality camcorder and want to record video / audio. YES.
I have a shoulder-mounted broadcast-quality video camera and want to shoot the show. NO.
I have a flash-based audio recorder with a stereo hand-held mic and want to record the show. YES.
I have a full Pro-Tools rig running off a generator and want to record the show. NO.
I don’t have any recording devices but I’d kind of like to make out with Ilan. NO (probably).

The following will be enforced at the shows:

Photo and video access is granted only for non-commercial private use.
Photo and video access is limited to areas permitted by type of ticket held.
NO access to barricade/photo pit.
NO shoulder mounted video equipment allowed, all cameras must be hand held.
NO equipment with a dimension longer than 20 inches (including cameras, lenses, etc.)
NO equipment bags that violate existing venue bag policies (check with venue)
NO external supports (tripods, monopods, steadicam mounts, mic stands, etc.)
NO video or audio broadcast equipment (microwave, RF, etc.)
NO external power equipment
NO lighting equipment (mounted or secondary)

For more details, click the source link below.,641167

By Matthew Kiel Posted in News