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    • BTV Budget Allocation BTV Budget Allocation: The Real Deal AWARDED Item 1 camera 2 scheduling software 3 shotgun mic 4 shotgun boom 5 one umbrella light 6 DIY Lighting 7 DIY Dolly 8 DIY Fig Rig 9 Hard Drive 10 Monitor This means that we have $185.36 to spend on a shotgun mic and boom. Our expected shotgun mic kit cost was $250. W could cut the DIY lighting fund down and maybe get a not-so-intense hard drive (didn't we say that we probably wouldn't n one that big anyway?), so as not to screw us over on sound. Our lighting situation is much more fortunate than our sound situation, and I don't think we can compromise on sound. We may even consider scratching the light umbrella kit. It's got a of valuable stuff including the stand and umbrella, but again I'll imagine we'll be doing more naturally lit scenes than composition scenes at the start. I had thought of requesting better mics anyway, but I couldn't tell why some were better o than the name. Maybe we can shop around some more. And didn't we actually really need that miscellaneous cables fund Bottom line, right know our variable fund doesn't look like it' gonna cover much. Your thoughts? APPEALS Item 1 Eye Tv Page 1
    • BTV Budget Allocation Budget Allocation: The Real Deal Specifics Price Canon XH-A1 $3,329.00 Exibia Scheduling Software $500.00 Shotgun mic $250.00 Boom x Impact 1 Light Umbrella Kit - consists of: 1- 12" Reflector with Socket, Cable, $65.00 Umbrella, Bracket, Light Stand - 500 Total Watts (120V AC) DIY Lighting Fund $125.00 Homemade Dolly Equipment $100.00 Homemade fig rig equipment $30.00 500 GB $150.00 19” Computer Monitor $191.49 Total Fixed 4740.49 that we have $185.36 to spend on a shotgun mic and boom. Our expected shotgun mic kit cost was $250. We e DIY lighting fund down and maybe get a not-so-intense hard drive (didn't we say that we probably wouldn't need anyway?), so as not to screw us over on sound. Our lighting situation is much more fortunate than our sound nd I don't think we can compromise on sound. We may even consider scratching the light umbrella kit. It's got a lot stuff including the stand and umbrella, but again I'll imagine we'll be doing more naturally lit scenes than n scenes at the start. I had thought of requesting better mics anyway, but I couldn't tell why some were better other me. Maybe we can shop around some more. And didn't we actually really need that miscellaneous cables fund? right know our variable fund doesn't look like it' gonna cover much. Your thoughts? Specifics Price VHS Conversion Device: the El Gato Eye TV $199.95 Page 2
    • BTV Budget Allocation Total Given 4795.84 Total Cost 4740.49 Total Remaining 55.35 Argument Page 3
    • Brown Television Instructions: Please fill in columns C and D ONLY. At the bottom of this sheet are a few lines of open space in case this box does not need to be filled out if no such information is needed. Please remember to fill out Fall and Sprin FALL 2008 Requested Reason Supplies $8,352.00 Capital Investments: see sheets 2 and 3, please. Printing and Publicity $100.00 For table slips, posters, etcetera External Services $0.00 na University Services $0.00 na Travel $0.00 na Dues/Fees $0.00 na Other $0.00 na Baseline Funding $200.00 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX TOTAL $8,652.00 SPRING 2009 Requested Reason Supplies $0.00 na Printing and Publicity $100.00 For table slips, posters, etcetera External Services $0.00 na University Services $0.00 na Travel $0.00 na Dues/Fees $0.00 na Other $0.00 na Baseline Funding $200.00 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX TOTAL $300.00 TOTAL $8,952.00 A Please not the two other sheets in this document, “2 Breakdown” and “3 Detailed Guide.” We have created them as requesting. “3 Detailed Guide” will provide you with some other options we had, links to more informatino on each it capital investment in order for us to continue broadcasting now that we have finally gotten back on air with our Exib and interested students may begin producing our own media (as well as the media of other student groups) to broa programs that will be aired, next semester anyway, will not be broadcasted live but filmed on our cameras then aire Oh, and you're all beautiful people, really, you are.
    • ew lines of open space in case you would like to provide any additional information about your group's mission or finances that you think wi mber to fill out Fall and Spring budgets SEPARATELY, as indicated below. Allocated $4,795.84 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $200.00 $4,995.84 Allocated $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $200.00 $200.00 $5,195.84 Additional Comments ide.” We have created them as options for you. The “2 Breakdown” sheet has everythig we are requesting line by line, with totals for every a to more informatino on each item, and a bit of our rationale in choosing the items that we did. We hope you will find this helpful. This budge otten back on air with our Exibia software demo, convert our archival tapes into digital files in order to use it with this software, and producti f other student groups) to broadcast on air in the future. You may also notice the amount of film equipment being asked for Brown Televisio med on our cameras then aired The baseline funding will most likely serve as the social fund, buying cups, plates, pizzas through the mass
    • pen space in case you would like to provide any additional information about your group's mission or finances that you think will inform deba out Fall and Spring budgets SEPARATELY, as indicated below. Reason Funded camera, scheduling software, shotgun mic and boom, one umbrella light, DIY Lighting, Dolly, and Fig Rig, Hard Drive, Use baseline Reason Use baseline Additional Comments e created them as options for you. The “2 Breakdown” sheet has everythig we are requesting line by line, with totals for every area of suppl rmatino on each item, and a bit of our rationale in choosing the items that we did. We hope you will find this helpful. This budget is mostly c n air with our Exibia software demo, convert our archival tapes into digital files in order to use it with this software, and production equipmen nt groups) to broadcast on air in the future. You may also notice the amount of film equipment being asked for Brown Television, this is bec cameras then aired The baseline funding will most likely serve as the social fund, buying cups, plates, pizzas through the massive revampin
    • Brown Television Sheet 2: Budget Proposal Breakdown of Supplies A. Camera Equipment Item Canon XH-A1 Shipping 5 Year Protection Plan TOTAL B. Software Item Exibia Scheduling Software Final Cut Pro 8.0 TOTAL C. Microphones Item Rode Windscreens K-Tek K-HG 6" Foam Lined Hand Grip with Boom Pole Head and 3/8" Threading Rode NTG-1 Condenser Shotgun Microphone Kit - Includes: NTG-1 Shotgun Microphone, SM3 Shock Mount and 1.5 Foot Right Angled XLR Cable Rode NTG-2 Battery or Phantom Powered Condenser Shotgun Microphone: (Includes: NTG-2 Shotgun Microphone, SM3 Shock Mount and 1.5 Foot Right Angled XLR Cable K&M 210/6 Tripod Microphone Stand with 32" Boom (2) Gitzo G-557 (boom pole) TOTAL D. Accessories Item MiniDV and blank cds Tapes Miscellaneous Cables TOTAL E. Lighting Item Impact 1 Light Umbrella Kit - consists of: 1- 12" Reflector with Socket, Cable, Umbrella, Bracket, Light Stand - 500 Total Watts (120V AC) Smith-Victor Raven 3 Wheel Set Sandbags (6, one for each stand leg) First Light Video DVD: Feature Film Lighting
    • Birns & Sawyer DVD: Lighting for Emerging Filmography Volume 2 First Light Video DVD: Lighting Dead Poets Society With John Seale CMP Books Book: Lighting for Digital Video and TV by John Jackman DIY Lighting Fund TOTAL F. DIY Funs Item Homemade Dolly Equipment Homemade fig rig equipment DVDs and Books Additional homemade funds TOTAL G. Technical Equipment Item 1 Terabyte Hard Drive VHS Conversion Device: the El Gato Eiye TV Computer Monitor TOTAL H. Miscellaneous Item Office Supplies G.E. JES735BJ 700 Watt Countertop Microwave Oven HP Officejet 5610 All-in-One Printer/Fax/Scanner/Copier (Q7311A#ABA) TOTAL Note: We have taken quantity into account in forming the number in the price column
    • Quantity Price 1 $3,299.00 1 $30.00 1 $500.00 $3,829.00 Quantity Price 1 $500.00 1 $800.00 $1,300.00 Quantity Price 2 $24 $120 2 $250 1 $270 1 $130 2 1 $133 $926.85 Quantity Price x $100.00 x $100.00 $200.00 Quantity Price 2 $130.00 2 $90.00 6 $30.00 1 $150.00
    • 1 $50.00 1 $90.00 1 $35.00 x $125.00 $700.00 Quantity Price x $100.00 x $30.00 x $200.00 x $150.00 $480.00 Quantity Price 1 $269.99 1 $199.95 1 $191.49 $661.43 Quantity Price x $100.00 1 $55.00 1 $100.00 $255.00 Category Totals A. Camera Equipment $3,829 B. Software $1,300 C. Microphones $927 D. Accessories $200 E. Lighting $700 F. DIY Funds $480 G. Technical Equipment $661 H. Miscellaneous $255 Total: $8,352
    • Brown T 08-09 Budg She Big Mama Sheet: Detailed Section I. I. Supplies A. Camera Equipment We are only requesting one videocamera for the Fall semester, with our particular preference going to the Canon XH- not serve its full advantage if we receive it in the fall. However, if we were to receive the Canon XL2, we would be very in buying a prosumer camera like this, we want to make sure our investment is future proof and that these cameras ha standards. Cameras 1 and 2 are the current standard for low-budget, independent video production. BTV used to hav professional grade television and movie video camera equipment is upwards of $10,000., for example the Sony DSR- have our own lighting equipment, so this feature is not of as much utility to us as high definition or lens-changing abilit Top Cameras (throw both in if you're feeling generous) 1. Canon XH-A1 2. Canon XL2 Cameras Below Acceptable And Reasonable standards. 3. Panasonic AG-DVX100b 4. Sony DSR-PD170 For Some Perspective... 5. Sony DSR-400L 6. Sony DVW-970 Based on the success of our production in the Fall, we may request an additional videocamera for the Spring 1. Canon XH-A1 Product Price ***Canon XH-A1 $3,299.95
    • *Canon XL2 $3,299.95 Sony DSR-PD170 $2,799.95 Panasonic AG-DVX100B $2,499.95
    • Sony DSR-400L $9,720.00 Sony DVW-970 $47,215.00 Shipping Up to $50 depending on camera. Protection Plan $500 (plan prices vary, but this is a good average for a decent plan) B. Software This software is the essential software that BTV would need for long term functioning. Product Price Exibia Multimedia Server: Media Scheduling Software $499.00
    • FinalCut Pro $800.00 C. Microphones NYU Tisch School Of Film professors say one of the biggest and most important areas in film that amateur cheap sound. We are not willing to forego proper sound equipment. Currently, BTV has no microphones, no Product Price Rode Windscreens $12 each, $25 together $60 each $120 total K-Tek K-HG 6" Foam Lined Hand Grip with Boom Pole Head and 3/8" Threading Rode NTG-1 Condenser Shotgun Microphone Kit - Includes: $249.95 NTG-1 Shotgun Microphone, SM3 Shock Mount and 1.5 Foot Right Angled XLR Cable
    • Rode NTG-2 Battery or Phantom Powered Condenser $269.95 Shotgun Microphone: (Includes: NTG-2 Shotgun Microphone, SM3 Shock Mount and 1.5 Foot Right Angled XLR Cable ) K&M 210/6 Tripod Microphone Stand with 32" Boom $129.90 (2) ($64.95 per mic stand) Gitzo G-557 (boom pole) $132.95 D. Accessories Name Price MiniDV and blank cds Tapes ($2 per tape, $30 for 100 cds) Miscellaneous Cables $100.00 E. Lighting We will evaluate our lighting needs as production continues and see what options we should consider for sup for specific lights quite yet, for UFBs convenience. Everything we are asking for here we do not have at all. Name Price $65 each, $130 total Impact 1 Light Umbrella Kit - consists of: 1- 12" Reflector with Socket, Cable, Umbrella, Bracket, Light Stand - 500 Total Watts (120V AC) Smith-Victor Raven 3 Wheel Set 45 each, $90 for both Sandbags (6, one for each stand leg) $30.00
    • $150.00 First Light Video DVD: Feature Film Lighting Birns & Sawyer DVD: Lighting for Emerging Filmography $50.00 Volume 2 First Light Video DVD: Lighting Dead Poets Society With $90.00 John Seale CMP Books Book: Lighting for Digital Video and TV by John $35.00 Jackman DIY Lighting Fund $125.00 F. DIY Fund This is a very meaningful fund for BTV. We are low budget filmmakers, low budget television producer. Ev resourceful bunch and are likely to make decisions at the last minute having to do with items we don't have. G one of the most important funds in this budget. We've created figures that will allow us room for creativity. T will come from here, etc. Name Price Homemade Dolly Equipment $100.00
    • Homemade fig rig equipment $30.00 DVDs and Books $200.00 Additional homemade funds $150.00 G. Technical Equipment Name Price Hard Drive $269.99 (1 Terabyte) $199.99 (750 GB) $149.99 (500 GB) VHS Conversion Device: the El Gato Eiye TV $199.95 Computer Monitor $191.49 H. Miscellaneous Name Price Office Supplies $100.00
    • $55.00 G.E. JES735BJ 700 Watt Countertop Microwave Oven HP Officejet 5610 All-in-One Printer/Fax/Scanner/Copier $100.00 (Q7311A#ABA)
    • Brown Television 08-09 Budget Proposal Sheet 3 Big Mama Sheet: Detailed Guide to Decision Making Section I. Supplies eference going to the Canon XH-A1 baased on its High Definition capability. We will not be requesting lenses quite yet, therefore the Cano he Canon XL2, we would be very excited to build on its foundations. Our full preference list is below. Cameras 3 and 4 are quality cameras proof and that these cameras have a significant departure from that of a consumer MiniDV camera. Cameras 3 and 4 do not meet our min deo production. BTV used to have an Canon XL1 that is no longer with us, so a Canon XL2 seems the logical heir to its vacant throne. Mos 000., for example the Sony DSR-400L ($9720.00) or the Sony DVW-970 ($47215.00) While the Sony DSR-PD170 is good for low light situa h definition or lens-changing ability would be. nal videocamera for the Spring if we deem it necessary for BTV. Specs Argument http://www.bhphotovideo This is the only camera we are requesting. .com/c/product/447098- It has High Definition capabilities. It cannot REG/Canon_1191B001_ XH_A1_3CCD_HDV_Ca change lenses as the other Canon can, but mcorder.html High Definition capabilities are invaluable for image. We can compensate for the lack of lens changing with post-production efforts. Any investment that is not this or the Canon XL2 is a bad investment.
    • http://www.bhphotovideo The biggest advantage of the Canon XL2 over .com/c/product/339002- the rest of the cameras presented here is the REG/Canon_9549A001_ fact that you can change the lens. Lenses open XL_2_1_3_Inch_3_CCD the door to a world of filmmaking opportunity. It _Widescreen.html allows flexibility in changes all aspects of the visual presentation including depth of field, contrast, color, etc. This is distinctive to the Canon XL2. In addition, the Canon XL2 has a higher resolution and a more genuine, cleaner 16:9 widescreen mode. This camera meets our standards. Comparison of the Canon XL2 to the previous model of the Panasonic offered below: http:// www.camcorderinfo.com/content/Cano n-XL2-and-Panasonic-AG-DVX100- compared.htm http://www.bhphotovideo Its defining characteristic is its quality .com/c/product/497448- performance in low lighting situations, as REG/Sony__DSR_PD17 0_3_CCD_Mini_DVCAM well as its sturdiness, however it lacks .html many of the important features in that the other cameras include, such as the ability to film in a 24 fps progressive scan, which is essential in achieving a film look. http://www.bhphotovideo http://reviews.cnet.com/digital- .com/c/product/406855- camcorders/panasonic-ag-dvx100b- REG/Panasonic_AGDV mini/4505-6500_7-31568573.html X100B_Panasonic_AG_ DVX100B_3CCD_24p.ht The good: Great sound, progressive ml modes, and image control; professional-caliber viewfinder and controls; wide lens; particularly well suited for multicamera projects. The bad: No high-definition capability; no 16:9-native chips; lens is short for some applications; moderately steep learning curve. no true 16x9, more grain and no high definition, no lense changing.
    • http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/367993- REG/Sony_DSR400L_D SR_400L_2_3_Inch_3_ CCD_Professional.html# goto_itemInfo http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/410747- REG/Sony_DVW970_D VW_970_2_3_Inch_3_C CD_Digital.html ctioning. Specs Peer Products Software that allows BTV to manage its broadcasts in an efficient and user- friendly manner.
    • tant areas in film that amateur filmmakers make is in sound. An audience can tolerate an awkward picture, but an audience will n BTV has no microphones, no sound equipment. Specs Peer Products http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/392865- REG/Rode_WSVM_WS VM_Shotgun_Wind_Scre en.html http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/292934- REG/K_Tek_K_HG_K_ HG_6_Foam_Lined.html http://www.bhphotovideo http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/238826-REG/Azden_SGM_1X_SGM_1X_Sh .com/c/product/400812- REG/Rode__NTG_1_Sh otgun_Microphone.html
    • http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/400806- REG/Rode__NTG_2_Sh otgun_Microphone.html http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/232823- REG/K_M_21060_577_ 55_210_6_Tripod_Micro phone_Stand.html http://www.bhphotovideo .com/c/product/20830- REG/Gitzo_G557_G_55 7_Sport_Aluminum_Boo mpole.html Specs Peer Products ons we should consider for supplemental funding. We have some lights already, but we are not sure they can be used so we are n for here we do not have at all. Specs Peer Products http://www.bhphotovideo.c om/c/product/414532- REG/Impact_FL_500_KII_ 1_Light_500W_Umbrella.h tml http://www.bhphotovideo.c om/c/product/250393- REG/Smith_Victor_40127 2_Raven_3_Wheel_Set.ht ml
    • http://www.bhphotovideo.c First Light Video DVD: Basic Field om/c/product/490834- Production: Lighting-----$170, though REG/First_Light_Video_F we would very much like this video, we 718DVD_DVD_Feature_F feel it is dramatiicaly overpriced and ilm_Lighting.html believe we could receive adequate training from cheaper, more relevant video like the other ones offered. http://www.bhphotovideo.c First Light Video DVD: Feature Film om/c/product/292530- Lighting---$150 while we VERY VERY REG/Birns_Sawyer_16214 VERY much would like this, we are 9_Lighting_for_Emerging_ again trying to be as modest as we can Filmography.html in our proposal this year. http://www.bhphotovideo.c om/c/product/490846- REG/First_Light_Video_F 786DVD_DVD_Lighting_ Dead_Poets.html http://www.bhphotovideo.c om/c/product/332733- REG/CMP_Books_978157 8202515_Book_Lighting_f or_Digital.html budget television producer. Everything produced for this station is not expected to come straight from the Hollywood lots. We ar do with items we don't have. Guerilla filmmaking is about using the small fund you have to make what you need to, so the DIY allow us room for creativity. These materials will come mosrly for dollar stores, thrift shops, etc. Costumes will come from here Specs Peer Products http://www.microfilmmak er.com/comgroup/viewto pic.php? t=68&sid=5d8d45ef70d8 6482dba9a29536bd3938
    • http://www.dvguru.com/2006/04/17/diy-fig-rig-for-10-bucks/ Specs Peer Products http://www.westerndigital .com/en/products/produc ts.asp?driveid=352 http://www.elgato.com/el gato/na/mainmenu/produ cts/250plus/product1.en. html http://www.amazon.com/ $174.99 Envision-19-Wide-Black- http://www.amazon.com/Envision-19- LCD/dp/B000KP8OUS/r Wide-Black- ef=sr_1_23? LCD/dp/B000KP8OUS/ref=sr_1_23? ie=UTF8&s=electronics& ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=12081290 qid=1208129004&sr=1-2 04&sr=1-23 3 Specs Peer Products
    • http://www.amazon.com/G -E-JES735BJ-Watt- Countertop-Microwave/dp/ B000QH83LU/ref=sr_1_8? ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid= 1208385258&sr=1-8 http://www.amazon.com/ Officejet-Printer- Scanner-Q7311A- ABA/dp/B000B63RIU/ref =sr_1_2? ie=UTF8&s=electronics& qid=1208126632&sr=1-2
    • e will not be requesting lenses quite yet, therefore the Canon XL2 may eference list is below. Cameras 3 and 4 are quality cameras, however umer MiniDV camera. Cameras 3 and 4 do not meet our minimum a Canon XL2 seems the logical heir to its vacant throne. Most 15.00) While the Sony DSR-PD170 is good for low light situations, we 1 2 3 3 4
    • Argument We've been using a demo that will expire at the end of this term. We know it works well and it is the only way we will be able to broadcast next year. Without this, BTV cannot function.
    • This price is with the educational discount. Without discount it is $1200. We have looked into getting a license through CIS, but have been told that we would have to get our own copy. BTV absolutely necessitates FinalCut Pro in its studio. Working off of media lab computers would defeat the purpose and organizational structure of BTV. This purpose is to develop a hub of services and resources within BTV walls for BTV. In order to create programs, we will need localized editing for the efficient execution of this creation. Additionally, the frequency of BTV's use of FinalCut Pro would be unfair for media lab users and problematic for BTV's functioning. can tolerate an awkward picture, but an audience will not tolerate Argument these are actually the chepeast windscreens around, and they are made specifically for our microphones! Stability of the microphone, and thus sound, comes with these basic grips. These microphones kits meet our minimum standards. They are some of the cheapest kits, but do not include everything we will need for effective sound in the field.
    • These microphones kits meet our minimum standards. They are some of the cheapest kits, but do not include everything we will need for effective sound in the field. Stands are crucial to stable sound capturing, especially so in sets for television production. This professional boom pole can extend to eight feet long. Argument Many of the cables we are working with or either non- functional or have been replaced out of pocket by BTV members. Because we are not yet running, we cannot know what cables we will be missing. We need a side fund for this situation, as we are expecting to purchase many cables for production. lready, but we are not sure they can be used so we are not asking Argument We were going to ask for stands separately, but we found this! A stand, a reflector, an umbrella, a cable— this takes care of a lot we need. In an everchanging set, rolling lights allow efficient changes and more opportunities. We can't find the cost of sandbags on the internet, so we're throwing a modest figure out there. It's this or buy 6 $13.50 “counterweight bags” from BH photo. Ridiculous isn't it?
    • We have to learn how to do these things don't we? Film lighting is often more complicated and meaningful than tv lighting, which is why we are requesting this additional filmography video. This is part of a master class series. This is not just a tutorial, but an actual cinematographer explaining how he actually lit a movie. Invaluable information. the cheapest novice lighting book we found on BH Photo This is our DIY fund for lighting, inspired by this page: http://www.mediacollege.com/lighting/diy/ In addition to these materials, we may buy lighting gels, hardware lights, extra clamps, colored lights, gels, homemade stands, etc. if needed pected to come straight from the Hollywood lots. We are a all fund you have to make what you need to, so the DIY fund is r stores, thrift shops, etc. Costumes will come from here. Props Argument Several models exist at different price points, and $75 is a bit more than the minimum amount of funds that we would need to make sure the dolly could be created and created well. Materials include pvc pipes, boards of wood, various metal parts, and sturdy wheels (the most important part). In addition, we need to put a push bar and a cameraman's chair on the dolly. We will naturally try to get all of our materials from Hardware stores, hrift stores, and the like.
    • There are models that can be made for a minimum of $10. These funds allow us to make multiple figrigs with a bit of comfort room. We are going to start a collection of dvd tutorials and books that will help future generations of BTV members how to do the things we are learning to do, so that they will not be stuck with equipment they do not know how to work, like we were left with. We have a few books in mind but will need to order them as we come across them. We are looking into the construction of a Depth of Field adaptor that would allow us to have a shallower depth of field with a video camera. Argument Since the vast majority of what we'll be broadcasting will be done from a computer, we will need a lo of storage to hold the large video files. This is important in order to convert our collection of VHS tapes into digital files. Jad Joseph has personally done research and found this to be the most effective and inexpensive device. Since we'll be working on video production, having a large monitor will be necessary to do the video editing adequately. For twenty bucks more than the peer product we can get 4 more inches of screen! Argument Folders, paper, ink, pens, etc.
    • The cheapest microwave oven we could find. We already have fridges and are trying to create an office environment where members can stay for extended periods of time and work. Microwaves will allow for heated food on nights and days when a long trip to the Ratty cannot be afforded. The lowest priced scanner/printer/fax machine we found on Amazon.
    • Key We are requesting this: Essentials We are requesting this: Second Rate Essentiality Fallback/Alternative Items Does Not Meet Minimum Standards “For Perspective” Item
    • 100 163.99