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Gratis 7 review ikan equipment used “in the wild” on documentary “RISING FROM ASHES”

By |December 30th, 2010|

Sometimes your product sells itself. Sometimes people like to help, go beyond the expected and act from grace. That's the way Gratis 7 Media group is. If you haven't heard of them, I highly recommend you go educate yourself. Their latest film, RISING FROM ASHES, documents the struggles of creating a Rwandan national cycling team [...]

Tip of the Week: Introducing the Recoil XT

By |November 8th, 2010|

ikan's Tip of the Week: Rails and Mounts for your RECOIL and other shoulder mounts

Camera Dojo Reviews the ikan Multi-K

By |August 3rd, 2010|

youtube.com/watch?v=y0FkGH2c Thanks to Maurice and everyone at Camera Dojo for reviewing the Multi-K.  You can read the entire review here on their website: http://cameradojo.com/ikan-multi-k-led-light-variable-color

The ikan V5600 Travels To The Colombian Dry Forest

By |January 27th, 2010|

Director/Producer/Cameraman Federico Pardo used the ikan V5600 Deluxe Kit during the production of the documentary COTTON-TOP.   In the following essay, Fredrico describes the challenges of shooting in the treacherous jungles of Colombia and how the ikan V5600 performs in the harshest of conditions. The film was shot in November of 2009 in the Tropical Dry Forests of [...]

The Death of the 35mm Adapter

By |December 2nd, 2009|

HD camcorders gave us the freedom to shoot without the expense of film and development cost. The drawback was the inability to achieve shallow depth of field. With a fixed lens HD camcorder, everything is in focus down to the smallest detail. In the late 90s, filmmakers using HD video, were forced to use tricks [...]

New Pics of the V5600 from at WEVA

By |October 14th, 2009|

These are some images of the V5600 as it was used in a demonstration by Sara Francis and Karl Arndt of Photo Mirage, www.photomirage.com