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News: From Sit Downs to Skateboards Prindle Relies on Norbert
by Cow News Droid on Jul 18, 2012 at 9:15:20 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(July 18, 2012) Whether it’s the weekly interview/talk show done in the 900 Films offices, viral skateboard videos for Tony Hawk or sports documentaries for ESPN, producer/cameraman Jared Prindle relies on K-Tek’s Norbert camera accessory frame.
Re: gitzo boom poles
by Andy Balla on Jun 22, 2012 at 12:36:00 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Hi Jim. I've used (and continue to use) both of these poles in the 12' length. The aluminum pole does have a good bit of flex at full extension, but it works. The carbon one weighs like half as much, so that is a factor as well. If you have the money
Re: New boom pole
by Craig Alan on Jun 8, 2012 at 6:02:29 am
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Go to http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Boompoles-Fishpoles/ci/8659/N/4291070001 and use the filters on the side to select the features you want. You get what you pay for with quality. Use the filter at the top and select high to low pricing. I don
Re: New boom pole
by Eric Toline on Jun 7, 2012 at 2:05:00 am
in the Audio Professionals Forum
K-tek has the widest range of poles with all the specs for each one. Check out their website for the pole that meets your specs & budget. http://www.ktekbooms.com Eric
Article: NAB 2012: K-Tek
by Debra Kaufman on May 10, 2012 at 7:38:57 pm
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
Field Production NAB 2012: K-Tek K-Tek introduced several products at NAB 2012, including the rugged Shark Wireless Antenna Mount, and a range of tools designed to respond to the ergonomic needs of small form factors such as the GoPro camera and th
Article: NAB 2012: K-Tek
by Debra Kaufman on May 10, 2012 at 7:38:57 pm
in the Apple iPhone Forum
Article: NAB 2012: K-Tek
by Debra Kaufman on May 10, 2012 at 7:38:57 pm
in the Field Production Forum
Article: NAB 2012: K-Tek
by Debra Kaufman on May 10, 2012 at 7:38:57 pm
in the Forum
Article: NAB 2012: K-Tek
by Debra Kaufman on May 10, 2012 at 7:38:57 pm
in the NAB Expo Forum
NAB 2012: K-Tek
by Debra Kaufman on May 10, 2012 at 12:38:57 pm
in the Field Production Forum
K-Tek introduced several products at NAB 2012, including the rugged Shark Wireless Antenna Mount, and a range of tools designed to respond to the ergonomic needs of small form factors such as the GoPro camera and the iPhone. Also debuted was the K-Te
News: K-Tek Intro’s the Shark Wireless Antenna Mount
by Cow News Droid on May 9, 2012 at 11:56:27 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--May 9, 2012) K-Tek, known for award-winning boom poles and audio support products, introduces the Shark Antenna mount. At home on a sound cart, the Shark is designed to easily attach log periodic (aka shark fin) antennas as well a
News: GoPro & iPhone get more reach with K-Tek Tadpoles at NAB booth C8325
by Cow News Droid on Apr 13, 2012 at 4:16:28 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--April 13, 2012) K-Tek has responded to the ergonomic challenges of the new, tiny form factor cameras like the GoPro and the iPhone with a wide range of production tools designed specifically for these ultra-small and popular camer
HPX170 + TONS of equipment!
by Matt Luckey on Mar 30, 2012 at 9:04:27 pm
in the Classifieds, Personal Forum
Up for sale is a HPX170 with a TON of equipment. HPX has 455 hours of use with 2 years left on the warranty. Everything in this kit is in great condition. Price of all the equipment new together is just under $10,000. Looking to get around $6500. I p
News: Deutscher Relies on K-Tek for Smooth Sound Capture
by Cow News Droid on Mar 26, 2012 at 6:59:07 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(March 26, 2012) When production sound mixer and boom operator Peter Deutscher is capturing sound for everything from documentaries to ENG projects and television to feature films, his first and only choice for a boom pole is K-Tek. “I try to place
FS: Sound Devices 722 , Sennheiser MKH 416 , Audio Technica BP4025 , Rycote S-Series (S-300) Kit and
by Justin Wasack on Jan 12, 2012 at 3:25:06 am
in the Classifieds, Personal Forum
Photos HERE: http://bit.ly/yL8Luv Sound Devices 722 (40gb) - Excellent Condition - $1750 (comes with portabrace AR7 bag, original manual, wall charger, Lenmar LIS970P Battery, 2 spare small batteries, energizer battery charger for wall wit
Re: recommendations for variety of higher end mikes and audio gear
by Craig Alan on Jan 7, 2012 at 7:58:09 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Thank you. I have contacted k-tek and as you say they offer very good support. My problem is I have 30 production teams and even if I master keeping the pole untwisted, it will continue to get twisted. I think what I will do is leave them fully ex
Re: recommendations for variety of higher end mikes and audio gear
by Stephen Hall on Jan 7, 2012 at 4:17:49 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Hi Craig, I'm not qualified to comment on all of your equipment and plans, but I do have a couple of suggestions. First, about the K-Tek internally-wired booms: they don't really have any problems with internal cable kinking unless the secti
HPX170, Miller DS-20 w/ Solo SV2, Oktava MK012 and lots more
by Jacob Reiff on Nov 24, 2011 at 12:27:30 am
in the Classifieds, Personal Forum
I have the following equipment for sale. Very low use on all of it, some of it is still new/never used. All of it was purchased from B&H except for the LED lights from CoolLights.biz, the Pelican case locally, the Oktava from Sound Room and Final Cut
News: K-Tek Introduces 3 Windscreens for Small Microphones
by Cow News Droid on Oct 27, 2011 at 5:54:50 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--October 27, 2011) Known for popular boom poles, shock mounts and Norbert camcorder accessory mounting system, K-Tek offers three new windscreens. Designed for small/low-profile microphones, these US-made products, are effective so
Image: k-tek-fuzzies-family.jpg
by Kathlyn Lindeboom on Oct 27, 2011 at 10:54:21 am
in the COW - Images Forum
News: K-Tek’s Norbert Supports Johnson on All Media Events
by Cow News Droid on Oct 21, 2011 at 5:22:15 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Los Angeles, California--October 21, 2011) Los Angeles-based videographer Ajay Johnson is a familiar figure at a wide variety of media events. His low-key personality and shooting style allows him to get newsworthy shots quickly and without interrup
News: K-Tek’s Norbert Supports Johnson on All Media Events
by Cow News Droid on Oct 21, 2011 at 5:22:15 pm
in the NEWS: People in the News Forum
Service: Image Farm Productions Sdn Bhd
by Shun Ming Loo on Oct 10, 2011 at 4:55:23 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
Image Farm Productions started since 2001. We are a Broadcast grade HD Production company in the northern region of Malaysia. We produce corporate videos for international multinational corporations; as well as documentaries for broadcaster, e.g.
Image Farm Productions Sdn Bhd
by Shun Ming Loo on Oct 10, 2011 at 9:55:23 am
in the Forum
Image Farm Productions started since 2001. We are a Broadcast grade HD Production company in the northern region of Malaysia. We produce corporate videos for international multinational corporations; as well as documentaries for broadcaster, e.g. Nat
Re: Film from Above
by Mark Suszko on Sep 30, 2011 at 2:10:22 pm
in the Cinematography Forum
The answer depends on the budget to an extent. On a low budget, two ladders, a long plank or pipe or pannter's platform between them, and some clamps, will create a hardpoint on which you can mount a camera plate. A painting or drywall contractor cre
Service: JMN Productions
by Jim Nogueira on Sep 27, 2011 at 10:23:56 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
QUALIFICATIONS Over 25 years of broadcast television and professional videography experience. EMPLOYMENT 1992-Present PRINCIPAL/OWNER, JMN Productions (www.jmnproductions.com) For close to 20 years, JMN Productions has produced numerous T
JMN Productions
by Jim Nogueira on Sep 27, 2011 at 3:23:56 pm
in the Forum
QUALIFICATIONS Over 25 years of broadcast television and professional videography experience. EMPLOYMENT 1992-Present PRINCIPAL/OWNER, JMN Productions (www.jmnproductions.com) For close to 20 years, JMN Productions has produced numerous TV programs,
Re: Recommended Mics
by Eric Toline on Sep 20, 2011 at 3:52:36 am
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Handheld it's the Electrovoice RE50 and then everything else. It's the de facto standard in on camera mics. The Countryman EMW or B3 lavs are great performers and reasonably priced. For effective use of lavs you'll need a wireless system, the Sen
Re: Recommended Mics
by Ty Ford on Sep 20, 2011 at 2:33:25 am
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Hello again, Kat. A.) Handheld mic - Beyer Dynamic M58 n(c) or EV 635EL B.) Countryman E6 Omnidirectional Earset Microphone (Not sure if I will get this) very nice mic C.) Countryman Lavalier (I haven't found a model yet) That might be
News: Mako Koiwai Chooses Norbert Sports Jr. for Indy 500 Shoot
by Cow News Droid on Aug 24, 2011 at 5:30:35 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--August 24, 2011) K-Tek, announces that cameraman Mako Koiwai is one of the first to employ the new Norbert Sport Jr. for a high-profile production. Mako recently chose the newest of the Norbert line for New Wave Entertainment’s
Re: Audio Kit for "Extremely Amateur" video production
by Eric Toline on Jul 2, 2011 at 2:04:53 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
A 10' length of 1" PVC pipe will bend like a rainbow when you add the weight of a shockmount & mic to the end plus it will sway side to side as there's no lateral stability. An aluminum Avalon pole from K-tek is a much better choice at under $200.
Re: Audio Kit for "Extremely Amateur" video production
by Ty Ford on Jun 29, 2011 at 10:10:07 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Luis, My 16 foot carbon fiber K-tek boom cost close to $700, I think. Every time i use it and don't break my arms due to the weight of an aluminum pole, I say, "Thank you." to myself. As noted, audio gear is not like video gear. Buy right once
Re: Audio Kit for "Extremely Amateur" video production
by Ty Ford on Jun 29, 2011 at 11:34:40 am
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Hello Luis and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum, A Sound Devices 302 mixer A mixer to camera snake (cable) with headphone return Sony MDR 7506 headphones A Rode NTG-1 or 2 shotgun mic An Audio Technica AT44053b hypercardioid mic K-Tek boom with
Re: Oktava MK012 issues
by Ty Ford on May 22, 2011 at 2:19:55 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Hello Daniel, Michael and Andy, A number of pro location sound guys use Oktavas as "throw aways" in situations where their Schoeps may be in danger. Please don't be deceived by the fact that the Oktava and Schoeps look pretty much the same. Know t
Re: Oktava MK012 issues
by Daniel Schultz on May 19, 2011 at 11:58:53 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Thanks for the reply. The reason the Barry Green video recommended the K-tek was because it was able to grab the mic with the very short end that sticks out of the bbg. Would the INV7 be able to hold the mic at that short end sticking out? I'm assumi
Oktava MK012 issues
by Daniel Schultz on May 19, 2011 at 10:30:54 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
I've just purchased the combination for interior booming, recommended by Barry Green's Audio DVD: • Oktava MK012 hypercardiod • K-tek KSSM Shock mount • Rycote BBG and fur • K-tek avalon boom with internal chord Two concerns: 1. handl
News: K-Tek Shoe Department Optimizes Camera Accessory Mounting
by Cow News Droid on May 5, 2011 at 6:12:02 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--May 5, 2011) In an effort to find a home for the many audio and video accessories that shooters would like to fit on or around the camera, K-Tek introduces the Shoe Department. This series of adapters optimize accessory mounting w
Re: Which shotgun mic?
by Eric Toline on Apr 28, 2011 at 12:32:01 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
Add to the mic list the Sanken CS3e A very good sounding short shotgun somewhat similar to the 416 but with a bit more reach. The Rode NTG3 is also a good choice. To start a softie should work just fine. K-Tek has a good line of softies as does Rycot
News: World Premier of Norbert Sport Camera/Accessory mount
by Cow News Droid on Apr 21, 2011 at 11:01:30 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--April 21, 2011) K-Tek expands its Norbert line of camera support products with the introduction of the Norbert Sport. Perfect for filmmakers wanting a solid, versatile camera mount for handheld shooting, Norbert Sport provides DSL
News: K-Tek Introduces Tadpolesâ„¢ for Extended Reach
by Cow News Droid on Apr 8, 2011 at 10:24:26 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--April 8, 2011) K-Tek, makers of the industry’s favorite boom poles, has the ideal solution for holding the new generation of handheld recorders and tiny cameras like the GoPro. Convenient and Lightweight, K-Tek Tadpoles™ fe
News: K-Tek Introduces Norbertâ„¢ Filmmaker Kit
by Cow News Droid on Apr 4, 2011 at 5:14:38 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--April 4, 2011) K-Tek’s popular Norbert accessory frame is now available in a Filmmaker Kit that allows Norbert to attach to a universal rail system. The Norbert frame is a practical and convenient way to mount accessories around
News: K-Tek’s Norbert Mounting System Supports "America’s Top Model" PSA
by Cow News Droid on Mar 4, 2011 at 6:56:33 pm
in the NEWS: People in the News Forum
News: K-Tek’s Norbert Mounting System Supports "America’s Top Model" PSA
by Cow News Droid on Mar 4, 2011 at 6:56:33 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--March 4, 2011) K-Tek announces that director/cinematographer Tony Croll has chosen K-Tek’s Norbert Mounting system to support his "America’s Top Model" PSA shoot. Unlike many projects that are shot on large sound stages, this
Re: Mics for documentary: lav and shotgun?
by Eric Toline on Feb 17, 2011 at 6:56:12 pm
in the Audio Professionals Forum
The Sennheiser ME-66 kit will serve you well as it is a modular system with different capsules for different purposes. There's a great deal on the entire kit at http://www.bhphoto.com. The ME66/k6 with a K-tek pole, rycote softie wind screen, shock m
News: Berry Uses K-Tek Boom Pole for IndiaVRTours Stills
by Cow News Droid on Dec 10, 2010 at 7:22:31 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--December 10, 2010) K-Tek, known for their professional boom poles, as well as camcorder and audio accessories, announces that still photographer Roger Berry is using K-Tek’s Klassic K-202 and Klassic Traveler K-87 boom poles to
News: Howland Chooses K-Tek to Support Indie Film "2 Million Stupid Women"
by Cow News Droid on Nov 12, 2010 at 12:26:02 am
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Vista, California--November 12, 2010) K-Tek announces that LA-based sound mixer Chris Howland chose the K-Tek Klassic Graphite Boom Pole for the independent feature "2 Million Stupid Women", co-produced and shot by Jay Holben. Howland, who start
News: Howland Chooses K-Tek to Support Indie Film "2 Million Stupid Women"
by Cow News Droid on Nov 12, 2010 at 12:26:02 am
in the NEWS: People in the News Forum
News: Petrol Bags Protect Jurifilm’s Audio gear for Soccer Championships in South Africa
by Cow News Droid on Oct 4, 2010 at 7:23:46 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Valley College, New York--October 4, 2010) To document South Africa and the Soccer World Chapionships for TV Station ZDF in Germany, Jurifilm’s Field Sound Operator Tobias Ehleben and cameraman Dieter Goerke needed a tight shooting package that wa
Re: EX1-R external Mic settings
by Don Greening on Sep 30, 2010 at 10:09:14 pm
in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
[Michael Slowe] "For me wind noise is the big problem, no matter what 'fluffies' I use." Some people refer to those as 'dead cats' except for Craig :) I use one made by K-Tek and it works pretty well. I was in stiff breezes all day Tues. in the mo
Los Angeles Camera Operator and Sound Guy Needed for This Sunday, Sept 12
by Helmut Kobler on Sep 10, 2010 at 6:23:14 pm
in the JOBS Offered - Low/No Pay Forum
A half day job, but will most likely lead to more. Camera will be either a Panasonic HVX200 or Sony Z7U that we supply, although if you have your own camera and want to use it, that's fine. Sound needs ability to record up to 2 audio channels
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