IKAN

Known for their durable and economical products, IKAN offers more than a thousand products tailored to the needs of those engaged in motion picture production, broadcast endeavors, and still photography at all levels of proficiency – from beginners to aspiring practitioners to industry pros. In addition to high-quality video monitors, the company has a full range of lighting equipment, camera support and stabilization systems, teleprompters, and accessories for both studio and field production.

Ikan-LyraIKAN – Was offering 3 new LED Soft lights, The Lyra, The Mylo and the Rayden at NAB.

The Lyra is offered in 4 models. The LW10 is a 1×1 fixed, 5600K daylight color temperature panel. It has a beam angle of 110 degrees and boasts a clean single shadow. It has a high CRI chop array with ½ stop soft diffusion. The LB10 is a bi-color version of the LW with a color temperature range of 3200-5600K. The LW5 and LB5 are half x 1 studio LED lights. They also come in a fixed daylight color of 5600K or a bi-color with a range of 3200-5600K. All models offered with ikan barn doors with intensifiers for shaping the light and a 30 degree angled yoke for unobstructed movement.

The Rayden has a tighter beam angle than the Lyra for a brighter, longer throw. It is also offered in 4 models. RB 10 and RW10 are 1×1 studio and field LED fixture. Both models boast a 50 degree beam angle, high CRI array and a 30 degree angled yoke for unobstructed movement. The RW10 has a solid 5600K color temperature and the RB10 is adjustable from 3200-5600K. The RB5 and RW 5 are half x 1 studio and field LED fixtures. The offer a 40 degree beam angle with the same great color temperature as the 1×1. They also offer a  30 degree angled yoke for unobstructed movement. All models offered with ikan barn doors with intensifiers for shaping the light and a 30 degree angled yoke for unobstructed movement.

The Mylo is a 45 degree, 800 LED panel. This fixture’s smaller size will be useful for the ENG market. It has a high CRI, 45 degree LED array and a 50 degree beam angle. Accepts Sony L type batteries. The MW8 is 5600K daylight and the MB8 is bi-color at a range of 3200-5600K. Both models offered with ikan barn doors with intensifiers for shaping the light.