Yes, I would like to have this 4-5 secs as well ... except YouTube mandates that it can only be 3 secs max. :shrug: I could see about tightening the appearance timings a bit, so the writing comes up faster - but I found in experimenting that that tended to make it look rushed in. I figure people can always scroll back if they missed the weblink.I think maybe the intro could be a little longer. Not much, just a second or so to give viewers a chance to read and hopefully remember the name and address of your website.
Yes, it depends on the way you are accessing the site (and it is not always intuitive). I was planning to add a comment in the opening of my future videos to mouse over the area, or tap if you are on a tablet.As for the "subscribe" feature, it took me a while to figure out that I had to place the mouse pointer over, then click on the "i" icon in the top right corner (I'm using Firefox / Windows 7).
Thanks, and I agree with yours and Swede74's comments.Intro looks good except maybe you could let the sound and image 'decay' and fade. It looks and sounds like it is cut abruptly. Not much you can do with 3 seconds...
Yes, it is surprising to me that more makers don't go that route. Instead, what I usually receive is an early shipping sample (at which point, it's often too late). More than once I have received a light and been left scratching my head at what thought process went into the design. :shrug:You're providing valuable QA services to manufacturers and end users. If I were a manufacturer, before a full production run, I'd get samples to you right away and ask for feedback. At the same time, I'd distribute maybe 10-20 samples to users who can provide detailed feedback regarding the lights' field performance.
Thanks, I appreciate any amount - even a buck or two. Quality batteries are not cheap (and I do go through a lot of rechargeables, to ensure consistency and reliability).I can't believe how many times I end up on one of selfbuilt's review threads. I just sent a very small donation to his battery fund... if everyone who enjoys his reviews (and who doesn't?) sent a buck or two, it would be a nice gesture of appreciation that would help keep his battery supply well-stocked. It's so easy, using Paypal.
Armytek had previously mentioned that they would like to send me a Wizard V2 to review, and I agreed. But I don't have any further info, or an ETA.At the moment, I am planning to buy a new V2 armytek wizard (pro) but haven't seen a review of the light on your site. Are you planning to review this light? Armytek told me that they will sent you a Wizard V2 for review.