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Film Slate - Movie Slate - Film Clapboard


A Film Slate is also known as a Clapboard, Movie Slates, Clapperboards, a Director's Slate
and a Director's Clapboard


Film Slate or Movie Slate Studio 1 Productions

Film Slate Professional -- was $49.99

Sale - $29.99
Item # CLAPBW

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Professional Film Slate

This white film slate or movie slate measures 9.75" x 12" and it is a white acrylic. This is a standard style that is used by videographers and filmmakers.

It is built using high quality 1/8” acrylic board and rugged hardwood sticks.  Since it is an acrylic clapboard, you can easily backlight the clapboard when shooting at night.

We use screws to hold the hinged steel plates to the clapboard sticks.  This is allows continued and rigorous use by filmmakers and videographers.  It offers a writing area that is 8" x 12.

While you can use either Dry Erase or Wet Erase markers, we STRONGLY recommend using the Expo Vis-a-Vis Pen Wet Erase pens.  The reason for this is, we found that some dry erase pens will stain the film slate, where the  Expo Vis-a-Vis Pen Wet Erase will not.  They are use with overhead projectors.  It wipes off easily with a damp paper towel or damp cloth.  You can order these directly from us.  See the Clap Pen Below.

Be careful if you are looking around at different a film slate or movie slate.  While other companies may show pictures of film slates that look like ours, the quality is not as good as ours and they can be a much smaller size.

We have sold our Pro Film Slates to videographers, TV and film production companies around the world.

You can click on this link for information on How to use a Film Film Slate.

Other models Film Slates that we offer.

Labeling The Film Slate or Movie Slate

While the white type of film slates will work with most Dry Erase pens, we really don't recommend them.  The reason is they can stain the film or movie slate over time.  We strongly recommend using the Wet Erase Pen that we sell.  Click the link above.

Besides writing in the name of the Production, Directory, Camera and the Date. You can always use removable vinyl letters and numbers. The ones we have used are made by Chartpak and are called Pickett Design Vinyl Numbers/Letters Stickers, 3/4", Black. You can get them in other sized, but the 3/4 inch ones fit the best.