Wooden Camera, a leading innovator in professional camera accessories, announces the launch of Cine Mag Ties, an essential new addition to their universal accessories product lineup, designed to enhance the efficiency and organization of cables on camera builds and on set.

A rugged and affordable replacement for hook and loop strips and 3D printed cable clips, that are much stronger than mass produced consumer magnetic ties, Cine Mag Ties come in a rainbow of different colors to help users keep their builds clean and neat. 

Designed to be universally useful, Cine Mag Ties are available in 2 different lengths selected with camera builds and production needs in mind. Unlike mass-produced magnetic ties meant for simple cable management, these are made from high-quality, durable materials, ensure a secure hold, and each tie includes a loop for ¼”-20 screws or power connector cables.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Cine Mag Ties to the filmmaking community,” said Brian Aichlmayr, Product Manager at Wooden Camera. “Our goal has always been to provide practical, high-quality solutions that address the real needs of filmmakers. The Cine Mag Ties are a testament to that commitment, offering a simple yet highly effective way to manage cables on set.”

Wooden Camera Cine Mag Ties are now available in 13 colors and a choice of 105mm or 175mm lengths for purchase through their website and authorized dealers.

For more information about Wooden Camera Cine Mag Ties or to place an order, please visit https://link.cs.inc/45wXgRh

Gabriel Mays

AbelCine Director of Rental
As Director of Rental, Gabriel Mays oversees growth of Rental by nurturing business relationships and unifying the customer experience nationwide. In his previous role as the LA Rental Manager, Gabriel worked with producers, cinematographers, and assistant camera operators to provide the highest level of customer service possible. He also ensured that all their equipment needs are met on budget. Before coming to AbelCine in 2015, Gabriel previously worked as a Communications Instructor and Electronic Media Engineer at a private university. He taught various courses in electronic media, including film, broadcasting, and digital arts. Gabriel is an award-winning cinematographer, director, producer, and editor known for his innovative research and implementation of new film techniques. He was also one of the first to implement HDSLR cameras into filmmaking. He has been the cinematographer on dozens of independent films, documentaries, and music videos.