We just released an upgrade to the popular ES-T17-A handheld camera cage rig by Tilta: the ES-T27 and ES-T27-A (with wooden handle trigger). The ES-T27-A brings back the popular Arri standard rosette wooden handle with the start/stop trigger that users loved from the old model. Designed specifically for use with the Sony a6000, a6300, and a6500, the ES-T27 and ES-T27-A camera cage rigs provide great support for your camera. These fully enclosed unibody camera rigs are made from one piece of CNC machined aluminum. The new camera cage rigs maintain the sleek design, professional build, and uncompromising machining quality typical of [...]
A couple of months ago, as we were prepping for NAB 2012, we started pushing forward a concept for a USB Remote, able to work on DSLR's (currently supports Canon only, looking to expand compatibility). With about two weeks to spare, we got our first prototype of the product. Here's the rough video I made demonstrating the features of the remote: When I said rough, I wasn't joking. However, proof of concept was established and it fit the bill for my purposes. The prototype been featured on larger sites (read: ones that are maintained), such as Cinescopophilia and Dan [...]
I doubt that I really left you hanging, salivating at the gourd for what lies in wait regarding the AMAZING AND IMPRESSIVE relatively neat and lightweight shoulder-mount rig I ran around with this weekend. If I did, I apologize. However, I think that it should become a welcome addition to the ELEMENTS EV2 line and is probably the most practical cinema/run-n-gun style rig to date from ikan. We've been playing with a few new, simple, manufactured parts lately in CAD and they had finally come in, so I figured it was time to test these puppies elsewhere, in varied contexts. [...]
ikan's Tip of the Week: Rails and Mounts for your RECOIL and other shoulder mounts
Hey all! Check out this cool video by Matthew Bennett on Vimeo using some Ikan gear to help build an EVF DSLR rig. This neat, little shoulder mount was created to serve specific needs, typically in tighter shooting spaces. Are you up for creating a version of your own? Feel free to peruse our site to see what Ikan gear could help you build your own, dream DSLR rig! Cheers, Kerianne
Special thanks to JVS for being a great customer, and for showing off our products!