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Shoot breathtaking low-light photos and videos on your iPhone. Straps on like a case - lights up like a professional ring light. Read more

Oakland, CA Hardware
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Funding Canceled

Funding for this project was canceled by the project creator on December 11, 2013.

Shoot breathtaking low-light photos and videos on your iPhone. Straps on like a case - lights up like a professional ring light.

Oakland, CA Hardware
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Video Summary

  • Thank you for your support & share
  • Walk through of device and advanced modes
  • A look inside the case
  • Shooting a photo with Lightstrap

Warm regards,

Cassidy

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    1. Creator Charles Pina on December 7, 2013

      Hey Cassidy! I had fun shooting some photos with you yesterday. I must say, this is a great breakdown! You don't often see this level of technical detail on kickstarter. Thanks for the update, and good luck on the kickstart!

    2. Creator sujit chachad on December 6, 2013

      Thanks for the video. Can't wait to get my hands on.

    3. Creator Brick & Pixel on December 6, 2013

      Great question - I forgot to touch on that point.

      Yes, the device independently detects the warm and cool LED of the 5S True Tone flash using two separate detectors. In the spirt of "under-promising and over-delivering" we haven't mentioned that we are indeed working on an "auto" mode that matches the exact color temperature that the 5S produces. As of now, we don't know if this feature will be desirable or offer improvements in photo quality but it's feasible and in-progress.

    4. Creator Christian Wheel on December 6, 2013

      Looks cool! Question! How does it work with the iPhone 5S's dual-tone flash? Is it able to detect the warm/cool flashes and compensate appropriately?