Anyone who enjoys recording video footage or taking photographs using action cameras, smart phones or tablets but fines low light conditions troublesome, might be interested in a new video flashlight called the Lume Cube.
The Lume Cube has been designed to provide 1,500 Lumens from just a small 1.5″cube device and supports both Android and iOS devices as well as action cameras such as the GoPro.
The Lume Cube project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $56,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. Its features an adjustable flash duration and brightness via its companion smartphone app and is dimable between 0–1,500 lumens and is powered by a battery cable of providing up to two hours of use at 50 percent luminosity.
“We made Lume Cube to help photographers, videographers and iPhoneographers capture scenes and memories after dark. It’s the world’s first 1,500 lumen external flash and video light that goes virtually anywhere and mounts to virtually anything.
All great photography has one thing in common: exceptional lighting. iPhone, Android and GoPro® have done a brilliant job of making photography and videography more accessible, but they’re limited by low-light and nighttime scenarios.
We thought, “Why can’t we use these devices as we would our professional camera equipment?” We wanted to make a miniature light that would be the most powerful, versatile and useful the world has ever seen. Thus the Lume Cube was born. ”
So if you think Lume Cube is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Lume Cube become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Apple iPhone Accessories, Camera News, Top News