SureFire FirePak

Sep 26, 2016

Category: Tech

Too often the most video-worthy occurrences happen after the sun goes down. But if you’re equipped with just a standard smartphone, sometimes capturing these events looks more like a sequel to the Blair Witch Project than anything else. The SureFire FirePak is here to remedy this problem, one video light at a time.

In short, the SureFire is a smartphone video illuminator and charger that makes shooting high-quality video at night or in poorly-lit spaces a breeze. Featuring two high-performance LEDs that produce up to 1500 lumens, the FirePak has an effective range of 50 feet and features specifically designed reflectors to create a beam of light that fully illuminates a 16:9 video frame. There’s also a multi-setting switch that offers four levels of light output, USB and Micro-USB ports for easy charging of both your phone and the FirePak. The whole piece runs on an energy-dense Li-ion battery for extensive power that can recharge your phone up to two times. It’s designed and built right here in the USA and is priced at $300. [Purchase]

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