Relio is a little light that puts the Sun in your pocket
The quality of the lights all around us completely change the way we see the world. It’s not something we naturally notice, but when we use the wrong lights for certain scenarios, we know something is off. Would you put a white LED light on your bedside table, or use a black light when trying to see at night? We know enough about different types of light to know when and how to use certain ones, but if you’re trying to take photos the type and strength of the light you use comes into play in a whole new way.
While it’s nice to have major setups for lighting when taking photographs, sometimes you just need something portable and powerful. The Relio fits in the palm of your hand, and can show the colors of the world far better than any Jerry-rigged home setup. Made out of a block of solid aluminum, this is meant to last, and can handle going on adventures for the perfect shot.
There are two lenses included with 30 and 15 degree optics, and the lenses are interchangeable. There is a holder for gels included as well for those that like more than just the normal warm to cool spectrum, and a mount so you can put it on your own equipment. There are three CCTs available spanning from 3000k-4500K, and the price ranges from $140-155. This is a crowdfunding campaign that has already nearly met its goal, but may or may not be the type of lighting help you’re looking for.
Available for crowdfunding on Kickstarter