So the rumour was true and ikonoskop are back in business and under new ownership…
Fellow A-Cam dII Owners,
I’m really excited to share with everyone that Ikonoskop is being renewed and improved to better support our valued community of A-Cam dII owners, users, and professional filmmakers.
First, while our name is still Ikonoskop, we are a new company.
In July, Ikonoskop filed for bankruptcy. Two A-Cam dII owners, Pete Teo and I, felt that it was important to find a way to continue supporting filmmakers with the only camera that facilitates creativity through simplicity and quality. So, along with an additional investor, we bought the Ikonoskop estate.
Currently, we are in the process of restarting the Ikonoskop ecosystem. Our focus during this time is on supporting you – our community of fellow A-Cam dII users. With this in mind, the first thing we’ve brought online is camera maintenance. If you happen to have a camera or an accessory that needs repair, simply contact us and we will work out the details with you.
It’s going to take us a little bit of time to get everything up and running, but as we progress we are going to keep you updated. We’ll be in touch through email, Facebook, and Twitter. And please, if you do have specific questions or concerns feel free to give us a call at +32 496 41 33 95, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d be happy to hear from you.
Thank you for being a member of the Ikonoskop community, and thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during this time of renewal.
Joachim Vansteelant and the Ikonoskop Team
We reminded you recently what the Ikonoskop A-Cam DII camera could do, but just in case you missed it or forgot here is another sweet memo about the little camera that could…
Video thanks to Eddy Cardellach:
The open sign is hanging in the window, so hit ikonoskop up to see what the new ownership is up to.