I dunno... It could end up being a good thing. I think customers will try to make something look awesome on an iphone and wonder why it doesn't look nearly as awesome as the videos here. Then they'll look up what they need to do to approach this (learn about light and composition) and see how much time/work that is.
They'll either say "fuck it" and call you or me to do it, or they'll not really care and reveal themselves to be the type of customer who only cared about "good enough" to begin with.
Or maybe I'm wrong and the bar will be lowered as far as what is acceptable video...
If you already own wide lenses for Nikon or Canon mounts, a speed booster would be less expensive and a better investment IMO. My Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 is now an f/2.0 lens with the speed booster (not sure what the T rating would be).