Camera Support

Ikan Goes to Vegas – NAB 2017

Did you attend NAB 2017? So did we and 103,443 of our closest friends! If you weren’t able to attend, this recap will give you the details on what you missed and everything you need to know about Ikan’s new releases from this year’s show in Vegas. This year, we had our biggest booth yet. […]

New From Ikan: ES-T27-A and ES-T27 Camera Cage Rigs

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, […]

Ikan Visits CA & Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders BTS

Palm trees, the FBI, and 4K monitors….these are just three things that Ikan Product Manager Barry Garcia saw on his recent trip to California. Barry started his trip by flying into LAX, the largest and busiest airport in the Los Angeles area. From there, he went to Burbank to meet up with the President of […]

NAB New York 2016 Recap & #MannequinChallenge

“In New York…concrete jungle where dreams are made of. There’s nothin’ you can’t do. Now you’re in New York…” We got the opportunity to visit this concrete jungle again recently for NAB New York. This year, there was a bunch of people at the trade show, which was reflected in the record-breaking attendance numbers: 15,404 […]

Powered By Ikan – Behind The Scenes With Red Feather

What do you get when you combine Jeeps, horses, bandits, a plane, and explosions…an action movie? No, actually you would get the scenes of a promo video that we at Ikan got to experience. A couple of weeks ago, we got a chance to go behind the scenes with Red Feather while they were shooting […]

PhotoPlus Recap: Gimbals and NiSi Filters

Famed American Photographer and Environmentalist, Ansel Adams, once said, “Photography, as a powerful medium of expression and communications, offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution.” Fortunately for us, we got to spend a few days in a convention hall full of photographers and got to get their perspectives on photography and chat about […]

Jeff Berlin – How a Tilta Camera Cage is like Flying

This is a guest post by Jeff Berlin, a Los Angeles based photographer and cinematographer. He is a Sony Artisan and an experienced aviator.  A few years ago, I was flying an airplane called a Cirrus SR22 from Los Angeles to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras for a project. If you’re unfamiliar with this airplane, I’ve […]

Ikan in the Ministry: Video Equipment for Churches

When you think of video equipment and lighting, the first thing that usually comes to mind is a movie set. However, there are many places other than a movie set that rely on good video equipment. One place that depends on great audio and video equipment is a church. What kind of production equipment does […]

Want To Go Behind The Scenes of Sports Broadcasting?

The official start of the fall season is just around the corner. You know what that means: cooler weather, sweaters, football, and for some, pumpkin spice everything. One thing that many Houstonians and Texans in general are excited about is football. This football season is extra special because Houston will be hosting Super Bowl LI, […]

How Does The PD Movie Wireless Follow Focus Work?

When you’re shooting a scene, it’s always nice to have a wireless follow focus so that you can easily adjust the lens without constantly having to stand right next to the camera. Trying to understand how a wireless follow focus works? Find out in this blog post. Follow Focus – A Brief Overview When you […]