Ikan, popular for their wide variety of budget-conscious filmmaking hardware, shows off several one-handed gimbals designed for anything from a smartphone to a DSLR.
The Fly-X3-Plus ($329) is a smartphone gimbal that features adjustable clips, allowing it to hold a variety of phones.
The 3-Axis GoPro stabilizer ($330) can be pre-balanced for specific GoPros, and a 5-way joystick offers additional control. In the future, Ikan will also provide wireless control, but current users can wire the controller from a distance.
Ikan's largest gimbal, the Beholder DS1, supports up to 3.7 lbs and will be available later this year for $799. A handlebar attachment mimics the look and feel of classic Ronin and Movi gimbals.
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