thanks for your honest reply
Why did you choose to go with fcpx first? This couldn't have been a decision based on marketshare, right?
ok i see your focus on color accuracy and perfection when it comes to the light beam. let me apologize for my negative tone. i thought you were another company selling pretty expensive "of the shelf" led lights.
but never forget that the small lights your are selling are defintely in the amateur and semi professional market, because of their size and output. no matter how much perfection and professional leds you put into them. ive a couple of $15 led lights from ebay and never noticed any of the downsides you mention with cheaper solutions. i dont question the fact that all of these downsides exist, but in the market you entered less than 3% of the people would actually notice them.
to me it comes down to this: with a cheap multi led light from ebay im getting 5600° and 3200° (with an included orangefilter). i also have a battery built in and because of the higher number of led light bulbs its less likely to "blind" a person whose eyeline is close to the light. its also dimmable without applying any filter in front of it. since i dont see any color being off or flickering occuring, theres just no reason for me to get relio lights.
so you need to show us that youre not trying to enter the amateur market by giving us videos and proof that your lights can be used to light a professional set up scene. know what i mean?
your product is targeting a different group of people than your marketing.
I have a few questions about this product:
-Why didn't you use 3200° and 5600°? Those color temperatures you offer are pretty much useless to me.
-Are the lights dimmable? Because at full blast these extremely bright lights are pretty much useless for interviews where the eyeline is close to the light.
-Is a battery built in or a battery pack available? I kinda hate cables.
-Why should I buy your lights instead of standard LED lights from ebay or Amazon that cost 5 times less? Pretty much the cheapest LEDs are not too bad when it comes to color accuracy.
No offense, but your Kickstarter video is terrible.
The video looks absolutely beautiful and yet I'm starting to get a little sick of all the aerial footage thats literally flying around the internet. It feels like I've seen it all.
I love the concept and I see a lot potential in this. But the name is terrible. Sounds like something I spray at my car so the dirt doesn't stick to it...