Step 1. Have lots of money.
Step 2. Upgrade to 8k.
This isn't a debate. Consumers can't keep up with shifting formats. If broadcast can get to the standard of 4k, if streaming can withstand 4k streaming with so many ISPs not having the infrastructure, if storage (SSDs) continues to decrease in price, and if the cameras used to produce 8k (looking at you GH6) are affordable, computers coming turnkey with 16gb+ of RAM to work with massive video files - THEN, and only then can 8k be viable. I can handle the 4k clips I get now, and I know I would not be able to handle an 8k work flow. I work professionally and my clients 9 times out of 10 ask for videos exported in 1080p.
People would embrace it but let's be clear - we aren't prepared for this. 4k needs to be standardized before 8k can be realistically explored.
The E1 was a pile of garbage. I hope Z Cam learned their lesson from the first round.
Needs broader support. I understand they built it for Ocusynch 2.0, with the Mavic 2 models in mind, but not having this work with all their drones will hurt them in the short term, could spell early doom for it.
I invested in the first Gnarbox. While it worked decently, the app was buggy, never updated, the hardware sometimes would take forever to connect. And the Gnarbox team were never great on keeping the community updated. I would be hesitant to fund another one, while I am happy to see they are trying again.