1-Point Lighting Model Photography using a single N32 Production Light at Night

Point Lighting Model Photography using FoxFury Nomad Product Light

  • Using a Nomad N32 and T32 Production Light for 2-point Fill Lighting.

Where: Infinity Poolside and Indoors in Topanga Canyon, CA.
Who: Model – Stephanie Alviso
Photographer – Thomas Osborne
Equipment: Panasonic GH4 and Nomad N32 Production LightFoxFury Nomad N32 Production Light

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Method: 1-point Lighting & HDR Lowlight Photography, Google Nik, & Photoshop CC 2015
Duration of Shoot: 4+ unique locations & setups in 3 hours (from 6:3pm to 9:30pm PST)
Concept: I am a huge fan or the painter Michelangelo Caravaggio, an Italian painter from the 16th century that used stark directional lighting in his Baroque/ Romantic artwork that influenced the better known painter, Rembrandt and the Film Noir movement of the 1940s. I wanted to incorporate the use of a strong, singular light source in the later photos in this series, to emulate our shared affinity for depth and shadow.  And so when I was asked by a model friend of mine, Stephanie Alviso, to shoot some quality fashion content following a shoot she and I had worked on at the same location, I thought we could try that idea out. It was spur of the moment request, and therefore a great opportunity to try out some artistic limitations with my equipment.

Logistics: Namely I wanted to see how much illumination FoxFury’s most portable production light, the Nomad N32 would provide, and how many professional looks, locations and styles, we could execute in the window of 3 hours. The location we selected was high up in the mountains at a beautiful home with an infinity pool and absolutely no power for us to run any lights.  It was also up a hill that we had to walk a ways to, so I brought a minimal amount of equipment.

I chose the 3200k N model because it’s bright and lightweight. The hue is attractive as a fill light and we rapidly moved through internal and external locations due to its compact size. The “tungsten” coloration also provided a beautiful two-tone separation with the sky and pool we would be shooting at that night. Originally I had planned to use a T32 and N32, but I ended up only needing 1 light for most of my shots. A big shout out and Thank you to GWH at OnPoint World for providing us a convenient location to shoot at.

Setup #1:   Indoor Shot – against a window
Total Time for setup: 5-10 minutes
Light Use: Fill (Body and clothing)Model photo
In this shot I mixed the natural diffuse lighting from the window and the Nomad N32 as a fill to boost the detail on her neckline and clothing. Doing so gave me clean even texture in the lace and jacket, and the exposure was clean and even. I was extremely pleased with the warm coloration and skin tone this combination made. I was approximately 6 ft. away from my model with the N32 on a table

Setup #2:   Body Shot near infinity pool with Malibu Hills in background
Total Time for setup: 10 minutes (mostly finding proper perspective)
Light Use: Edge or Rim (Body)ModelFor the next location we were getting very close to sundown and the background and water had a brilliant twilight sheen and color that I wanted to boost with the N32 set off to the side. The light was about 10ft. from my subject and oriented on the edge of the pool sitting on its side from a low angle, pointed upward at the models body. This gave her more dimension and made the image less 2-dimensional in the frame.

Setup #3:   Body Shot on Edge of pool right after nightfall
Total Time for setup: 10 minutes (mostly finding proper perspective)
Light Use: Key Light (Body and Pool Reflection)Stephanie33The beauty of High CRI or TLCI light sources is that they are battery operated and waterproof. With the N56 I never once worried if it would fall into the pool, or fear that once I got into Photoshop to boost color it would look too flat, or blue, or have chromatic aberration. I generally shoot bracketed with flat coloration because of my film background so I can get a range of exposures, and then either process them as HDR or add saturation. I had to do very little to make this image look as it did in front of my eyes. The N32’s shade, hue, and gradation of the light source was very even using the built in diffusor.

Setup #4:   Medium Close-up in Hot Tub at night
Total Time for setup: 5 minutes
Light Use: Key Light
Stephanie41This shot was similar to the previous setup but I played around with the positioning of the light on a Joby Gorillapod placed on the first step of the pool. The light was splashed quite a bit, but none worse for the wear.

Setup #5:   Lantern Shot
Total Time for setup: 15 minutes
Light Use: Prop / Key Light
Stephanie36While looking around our location I noticed this beautiful light fixture above one of the patio tables but the power to it was impossible for us to find. In a moment of clarity, I hung the N32 by the handle from the opposite side of the iron ornamental filigree that was part of the fixture and shot the Nomad’s light on the spotlight diffuser mode at my subject. By using the light as both a prop and light source, I managed to capture this warm glow of a shot.

Summary: The shoot went very quickly, safely and required hardly any setup with the Nomad N32 and my trusty Gh4. Having a wonderful location and beautiful talent also helped speed up the process and made for great results. All with a light I can clip onto my gear bag or case!

Don’t Stop in the Dark!
By Thomas S. “Ozzie” Osborne II

Ozzie is the FoxFury US/CAN Film, Photo, Video Sales manager and previously FoxFury’s Multimedia specialist. Whenever you talk to Ozzie it is apparent that flexibility, speed, accuracy, and artistic content, are the cornerstone of what he believes is important to making quality content. With a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz in Film and Digital Media, with a focus in Production and Critical Film Studies, Ozzie has shot in many industries and currently runs with a GH4 and Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera along with the FoxFury Nomad T56/T32 and N56/N32 in his arsenal.

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Follow our model on instagram: @stephanie.alviso
If you would like to reach Ozzie, send him an Email at ozzie@foxfury.com.

Flight Without Feathers: IDE 2016

Plautus the Roman Playwright, was born in 254 BC. He once wrote, “Flight without feathers is not easy”. He should have been at IDE this year… it’s not only getting easier, it’s fun.

The year 2016 ended with more than holiday gatherings and New Year celebrations for FoxFury Lighting Solutions as we ventured off to the International Drone Expo & Business Conference in Los Angeles on December 9th. While chilly weather swept the City of Angels, inside the Los Angeles Convention Center the hottest new products on the UAS market were everywhere.
For two days, unmanned aerial vehicles swept through netted flight arenas while hundreds of drones, cameras, software packages and yes, FoxFury lights were on display for both CONsumers and PROsumers alike. The theme of the event, “The Drone Business Today” was absolutely the topic of conversations both in and out of the booths as the drone business is booming and even the most generous of forecasts regarding the industry appear to have been on the light side.

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Eddy Weiss presents at IDE 2016

The FoxFury booth never saw a lull as attendees gathered to discuss the concept of ground lighting such as the Nomad Primes and 360’s working closely with the high tech cameras of the future overhead.
“It’s important to remember that the more drones do for us in the sky, the more we have to accommodate the work being done on the ground,” stated C4L & Associates rep Eddy Weiss. “FoxFury’s lighting solutions give the pilot the same abilities and confidences that air traffic control towers give commercial airline pilots!”
The show was a hit with attendees, but, to be honest, one of the hottest products on the floor was the new FoxFury RUGO which caught the attention of the entire market. Rugged, rechargeable, weather proof and compact, the RUGO attracted drone operators from almost every field one could imagine from law enforcement to the fire service, from utility operators to inspectors, from hobbyists to film makers.

FoxFury Lighting Solutions at International Drone Show

FoxFury Lighting Solutions at International Drone Show

The RUGO was not the only show stopper as attendees swarmed the new FoxFury high CRI lights and began to conceptualize the possibilities these powerful solutions bring to the film industry, a market being changed drastically by the use of drones.
One did not have to look far to find things of interest as the exhibit floor hosted extreme drone races with some of the top racers from around the country, but the classrooms and theaters were also filled with stars such as Romeo Durscher of DJI who spoke on the future of the industry. Other speakers included Lt. Commander Leedjia Svec, PHD of the United States Navy who enlightened the audience as to the challenges and possibilities of government and industry partnerships.

One highlights of the event was the IDE Women in Drones Breakfast that featured a panel of female professionals that have been embedded in the growth of the drone industry. The panel is a part of a much larger group of women that appear at drone conferences around the country speaking on the industry from different points of view and encouraging the involvement of more women in this high tech race to tomorrow.
From the hobbyist to the retired military helicopter pilot, the show held more than just products and network opportunities. IDE gave us a glimpse into a future none of us could have ever dreamed of twenty years ago; a world that FoxFury has rapidly become a part of both in the sky and on the ground.
Plautus would have loved it.

By Eddy Weiss
C4L & Associates
Eddy Weiss is a nationally renowned expert in the fields of Emergency Management, Disaster Preparedness, Terrorism, BIO Terrorism, and all types and phases of disasters. With over 180 certifications to his credit from prestigious organizations such as FEMA, John’s Hopkins, Yale University School of Medicine, and the National Emergency Response & Rescue Training Center (NERRIC), Eddy is the leading expert in Emergency Preparedness and is able to speak on a wide array of subject matters involving crisis and emergency responses.

 

SWAT Roundup Wrapup.

It is unlike other trade shows, unlike other conferences, in fact, it is unlike anything else. As the sun beat down from the Florida sky into the FoxFury booth, gun shots rang out and echoed against the massive earth berms that surrounded the complex. Conversations were halted every few moments as bursts of gunfire and yelling shattered the air.

No, it wasn’t an attack. It was the 34th annual SWAT Roundup competition held each year to allow SWAT teams from around the world to compete for the glorious title of “Best SWAT Team In The World”.

A gladiators’ paradise as the sun glinted off a sea of weapons and helmets and despite the noise, one could hear the warriors breathing in unison as they entered the arena…
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In early November, teams traveled Central Florida to compete from as far away as Jamaica, Hungary, St. Maarten, and Brazil, just to see who is among the top SWAT teams in the world. 60 teams to be exact. The competition consists of five specialized events which double as large scale training activities and is held on the grounds of what I was told was part of an old Naval Base located outside of Orlando.

The pathways that meandered across the massive complex were packed with attendees, most of which are law enforcement officers from around the country that have traveled to either cheer on their favorite team or members of their own departments. The toys were also a huge draw.

From armored vehicles to ballistic vests, from guns to apparel, from helmets to our own FoxFury lights, there was no lack of gear for attendees and teams to look at and purchase.
Swat Roundup
The conversations were of civil unrest, terrorism and sadly, the deaths of so many officers this year around the country. While spirits were high throughout the games, there was an underlying somber tone to conversations that took place in the booths as tactical officers and medics discussed the need for better equipment, better solutions and “the advantage” that could be needed at a moments notice.

“These would not have made sense to me three years ago,” one officer remarked while looking at the FoxFury Nomad 360. “Our calls have changed, the challenges aren’t just harder, they are longer. This light will really run that long?”

The comments were similar when it came to the FoxFury Shield lights on display in our booth. Teams and departments that had invested little in riot control gear before were suddenly drawn to the police shield in our booth. Times are definitely changing and you could see it all over the show.
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One big difference at the competition over previous years was the increased security. Large barricades zig-zagged their way across the entrance driveways and over 60 law enforcement officers guarded the entry into the complex which made for difficult parking and ignited a lot of conversations.

“We obviously have had to increase security because of the type of event this is,” explained Katina Madianos-Fiore. Madianos-Fiore is the Program Coordinator for the National tactical Officers Association (NTOA) and was working the event office. “The increased security allows for the officers attending to just concentrate and enjoy the event without worrying about everything happening outside.”

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When asked as to the number of attendees at the event, Madianos-Fiore said there was no way of knowing because attendees do not need to register to attend, but rather just show their law enforcement identification at the gate. She estimated several thousand while another one of the event volunteers offered up that the number could be as high as 6000.

6000 did not seem like too much of a stretch when you looked out over the massive competition field surround by over a thousand people as teams ran, crawled, climbed, fought and shot their way through the obstacles of each event. It was a loud, tough and adrenalized group of competitors that took to the field every day. The spirit of brotherhood was almost overwhelming.
Ultimately, the event proved to not just be a competition but rather a gathering of the best of the best, the bravest of the bravest, and the companies like FoxFury that believe in the thin blue line and make the products that help keep them alive in a rapidly changing world.

By Eddy Weiss
C4L & Associates
Eddy Weiss is a nationally renowned expert in the fields of Emergency Management, Disaster Preparedness, Terrorism, BIO Terrorism, and all types and phases of disasters. With over 180 certifications to his credit from prestigious organizations such as FEMA, John’s Hopkins, Yale University School of Medicine, and the National Emergency Response & Rescue Training Center (NERRIC), Eddy is the leading expert in Emergency Preparedness and is able to speak on a wide array of subject matters involving crisis and emergency responses.

Press Release – FoxFury Lighting Solutions to Showcase Scene Lights & New Drone Solutions at International Drone Expo

OCEANSIDE, Calif., Dec. 9, 2016 — FoxFury Lighting Solutions, innovators of portable and all-weather lighting tools, will be exhibiting drone lighting solutions at the International Drone Expo (IDE) in Los Angeles, CA. FoxFury will display its cordless production and scene lighting along with its new UAV / drone lighting solution in booth #308.

FoxFury’s lighting tools are used by first responders, industrial professionals, photographers and videographers around the globe. An array of LED lighting tools will be on display in the FoxFury Lighting Solutions booth (#308).
FoxFury Drone Light and Drone Platform
FoxFury will be showcasing its Nomad portable scene lights, which assist with drone repair and maintenance as well as ground illumination in night flights. These durable, cordless scene lights have built-in tripod legs and can deploy anywhere in seconds to provide flood, spot or 360-degree lighting. Powered by a rechargeable battery system, these scene lights provide 3-24 hours of illumination no matter the location.

Standard models are available along with high CRI (5600K daylight or 3200K tungsten) production models. Production lights provide enhanced color accuracy, which captures more detailed content for aerial videography and cinematography.

FoxFury will also display two new items at IDE. One is a powerful LED drone mounted lighting solution. This 700 lumen UAV light opens up new possibilities and uses for UAV / UAS operators. In addition, FoxFury will be displaying a unique tripod solution for drone and equipment maintenance and operation.

“We’re very excited to return to IDE to showcase solutions for UAVs. Our scene lighting and new drone solutions will open up new possibilities for UAVs and help gather more data for drone users and the organizations they represent,” said Antonio Cugini, Director of Marketing for FoxFury.
FoxFury Drone Lights.
IDE will be held December 9-10 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

About FoxFury Lighting Solutions:
FoxFury Lighting Solutions makes innovative, premium, portable, anywhere lighting tools. Known for their cordless Nomad LED scene lights and panoramic headlamps since 2003, FoxFury has produced all-LED lighting solutions for professional markets including fire, police, military, industrial and photo/film. FoxFury Lighting Solutions is located in sunny Oceanside, California.

About IDE
The International Drone Expo (IDE) brings together the most innovative and talented members of the commercial drone community from around the world to participate in the global aerial robotics phenomena. IDE draws over 100+ international exhibitors and 3,500+ buyers from around the world.

Media Contact:
Kimberly Stotts

FoxFury Lights Used to Find Missing Girl

What is Search and Rescue? Search and rescue (SAR) by definition, is the search for and provision of aid to people who are in distress or imminent danger. The general field of search and rescue includes many specialty sub-fields, typically determined by the type of terrain the search is conducted over (wikipedia.org 2016). Here are some examples: Mountain Rescue, Ground Search and Rescue, Urban Search and Rescue, Combat Search and Rescue, Air-Sea Rescue.

One of the harsh realities that search and rescue teams have to deal with is the dark. Often times, searches that start in the afternoon can last hours and go well into the evening. Lack of light shadows to become deeper and the terrain becomes more of an obstacle, which can slow down search time and compromise responder safety. Factors like temperature extremes can significantly change the intensity and importance of SAR efforts. It’s also scary when a missing person is an adolescent or someone of advanced age.

We wanted to highlight the intensity of such scenarios so we crafted this video of a missing little girl. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States — that’s roughly 2,000 per day. In such cases, it can be an all hands on deck affair where first responders (including CERT) and community members all work together. In this story, a little girl wanders off and gets lost. A call is made and a slew of responders all descend to find her and then provide first aid for her. With proper lighting, this kind of happy outcome can happen more often.

Lights used:
Breakthrough BT – From illuminating street addresses to long range inspections to locating persons or property, the BT2’s focused beam helps the user to better see & respond faster…especially in thick smoke and fog.
FoxFury Breakthrough BT2P

Scout Utility Light – Versatile, pocket-sized white and red LED utility light with glow case and removable clip enabling multiple wear and use options. This waterproof and impact resistant light has a phosphorescent exterior (glows in the dark).
FoxFury Scout Utility Light

Nomad Prime – Our most tactical and ready to go tripod light provides up to 4,000 lumens for up to 24 hours. Its portable, waterproof and adaptive design allows it to be used in ways and places where other area lights cannot.
FoxFury Nomad Prime Light

Search and Rescue Teams use Efficient Lighting for Extracations

Sources: http://abcnews.go.com/US/missing-children-america-unsolved-cases/story?id=19126967

Area Lights for Flood Fights – Part 2 (more pictures)

Scene Lighting Helps Responders & Citizens Save The Day in Elkader, Iowa

Last month we shared some incredible pictures from the flooding in Elkader, Iowa. It was a tense situation where citizens worked day and night to save their city from being flooded. In the end, the city was saved thanks to an incredible sandbag wall being built to combat rising water levels.

Now that the threat is over, we wanted to share some of the specific dangers that responders had to deal with.

Risk #1: Safeguard Electric Equipment & Critical Infrastructure

Since water and electricity don’t mix well, a plan was needed to move sensitive equipment to a place of safety. As an act of prevention, power was shut off mid-day. Generators that were utilized had to be placed strategically so that they wouldn’t flood or be compromised.

In this instance, it was critical to preserve the downtown area. As such, a remarkable sandbag wall was erected. While only about 6 ft tall in the image below, the wall was closer to 8 ft tall in other areas. The FoxFury Nomad Prime was positioned behind the wall to light up key working areas for response personnel.

FoxFury Nomad Prime Scene Light Sandbag Wall Elkader Iowa Flooding

FoxFury scene lights behind sandbags Elkader

Risk 2: Severe Wind & Rain Made Certain Tools Inoperable

Flooding can be both dynamic and deadly. Careful watch and consideration is necessary. Drones would have been a great tool to utilize that night had it not been for the incredible danger posed by the combination of wind and rain.

Equipment needed to be sandbagged to prevent it from toppling over. The driving rain also affected visibility. As seen in the picture below, a FoxFury BT2 hybrid light was used as a spotlight to assess the bridge across the Turkey river.


BT2 shines across the water Elkader

Risk 3: Portability & an Effective Exit Strategy

Flooding presents a series of logistical challenges. One of which is that you can run out of real estate as water levels rise. Below, a FoxFury Nomad 360 was placed atop the sandbag wall so that water conditions could be monitored, including water levels, floating debris and keeping a look out for any persons that might be in need of rescue.

FoxFury Nomad 360
In the case of Elkader, a sentry was needed to keep watch. You can see above that the water surges (which reached 50 mph) are violent and important to keep an eye on.

Nomad 360 scene light to assess water conditions

Thanks to C4L & Associates for the pictures.

Area Lights for Flood Fights

Flooding presents a series of logistical challenges. Conditions can change rapidly so proper planning and an effective strategy are key. Being out in California, we’re not used to seeing floods and the concept of a flood fight is foreign to us.

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Thanks to our friends over at C4L & Associates, we now better understand the dangers of flood conditions and what a flood fight truly is. C4L & Associates has been on hand in Elkader, Iowa the past few days. The city was experiencing challenging flooding due to the nearby Turkey River, which put the heart of its business district in jeopardy.

area lights, flood, Elkador IA, turkey river, FoxFuryPower was shut off in the middle of the day yesterday. The people of Elkader got together and erected an impressive sandbag wall to help protect their city from flood waters. It was a phenomenal effort as the wall appeared to be over 6 feet high.

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Despite the impressive wall, it was a scary night for residents as the rising water levels along with rapid water movement and floating debris (including trees) made for a tenuous situation. Had the wall been breached, the waters would have overtaken the wall and significantly damaged the city. C4L deployed FoxFury Nomad scene lights (including the Prime model seen above) for the early evening and night.

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FoxFury lights were positioned behind the sandbag wall and were used to help responders continue to plan and perform work throughout the night. These cord-free and battery powered lights were strategically positioned and could be moved if needed.

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Thankfully, the hard work of putting up the sandbag wall paid off as the Turkey River crested at a 22.6 ft, which removed the major flood threat. In the end, it was the 4th highest crest in the city’s history. It was one heck of a flood fight but a combination of hard work and some good fortune helped save this fine city and its hard-working community.

Thanks to C4L & Associates for the pictures.

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Scout Giveaway Final Week

Before we come to a close, we’d like to thank all of our participants and followers for making our ongoing giveaway contest possible! We now proudly present the contest rules for the final week of our 2016 Scout Giveaway.

The time has come for the Scout Giveaway Final Week, and we’re highly appreciative. We’re taking it back to the first theme, and doing another Caption This contest! There will be one post this week, and individuals can comment with their caption up to Thursday night at midnight. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @foxfuryLED if you have not yet done so. Anybody in the U.S. or Canada is eligible to participate.

FoxFury #scoutitout Scout Giveaway Final Week: Caption This

This week’s prize is a new Scout Glow Utility Light, shipped via UPS Ground

  • Start date: Monday, August 15th
  • End date: Thursday, August 18th at 11:59 p.m. (PST)
  • Winner announced: Monday, August 22nd by 12:00 p.m. (PST)
  • NOTE: Contest winner MUST reside in the US or Canada
  • NOTE: FoxFury Employees/Affiliates may participate but are not eligible to win.

How to enter:

  1. Comment on our latest social media post (Located on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) with a potential caption, whether humorous, clever or serious.
  2. Submit your caption before the given deadline date. This date should be clearly shown on the image or represented in the comments.
  3. A winner will be determined upon careful deliberation by the FoxFury Marketing Team and announced by Monday afternoon.

Once again, thank you to everyone who participated in this last month, and we welcome everyone to continue following us for all of your lighting needs!

Good Luck.

By: Vince C.

August 15th 2016

Scout Giveaway Week 3: Scout Trivia

As we move forward, we’d like to thank our participants this far into the giveaway. We held another contest this last week, and many people eagerly entered. That’s what we like to see! Time for the Scout Giveaway Week 3.

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We’re coming up on week 3 of our Scout Giveaway, and excited to get more individuals involved. This upcoming week, we’re switching it up and running a week-long Scout Trivia Contest! There will be one post per day Monday – Thursday, and entrants must give the correct answer to all four questions on the posts. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @foxfuryLED if you have not yet done so! Anybody in the U.S. or Canada is eligible to participate.

FoxFury #scoutitout Scout Giveaway Week 3: Scout Trivia

  • The prize is the winner’s choice of one Scout Utility Light, shipped via UPS Ground
  • Participants must answer all 4 questions correctly to qualify for a drawing!
  • Random Drawing of this potential winner’s pool
  • Participants may only enter once per trivia question
  • Start date: Monday, August 8th
  • End date: Thursday, August 11th at 11:59 p.m. (PST)
  • Winner Announced: On or After Friday, August 12th
  • NOTE: Contest winner MUST reside in the US or Canada
  • NOTE: FoxFury Employees/Affiliates may participate but are not eligible to win.

How to enter:

  1. Comment/Reply to all four posts Monday through Thursday across all platforms (Instagram, Facebook or Twitter) with a correct answer to the given Scout Trivia Questions.
  2. Submit your comment/reply before the given deadline date. Participants may answer the questions from previous days before the deadline of Thursday at 11:59 P.M. (PST). Participants who answer all four questions correctly are entered into a winner’s pool.
  3. A winner will be drawn from the pool at random by the FoxFury Marketing Team and announced within the week.

Thanks to those who participated in last week’s contest, and we welcome everyone to continue participation in every upcoming contest.

Good Luck!

By: Vince C.

August 8th 2016

Scout Giveaway, Week 2

The contest continues! We had some great, hilarious captions on the “Caption This” contest held on our social media profiles this last week. We’re following up with a random drawing for another Scout Giveaway! All you have to do is reply to/comment on the post we make, and answer the following question: “If you could have any one of these Scout Utility Lights, which would it be and where/how would you use it?” Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @foxfuryLED if you have not yet done so! Anybody in the U.S. or Canada is eligible to participate.

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FoxFury #scoutitout Scout Giveaway Week 2: Random Drawing

  • The prize is the winner’s choice of one Scout Utility Light, shipped via UPS Ground
  • Start date: Friday, July 29th
  • End date: Thursday, August 3rd at 11:59 p.m. (PST)
  • Winner announced: Friday, August 4th by 2:00 p.m. (PST)
  • NOTE: Contest winner MUST reside in the US or Canada
  • NOTE: FoxFury Employees/Affiliates may participate but are not eligible to win.

How to enter:

  1. Comment/Reply to our latest social media post (Located on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) with an answer to the following question: “If you could have any one of these Scout Utility Lights, which would it be and where/how would you use it?”
  2. Submit your comment/reply before the given deadline date. This date should be clearly shown on the image or represented in the comments.
  3. A winner will be drawn at random by the FoxFury Marketing Team and announced within the week.

Thanks to those who participated in last week’s contest, and we welcome everyone to continue participation in every upcoming contest.

Good Luck!

By: Vince C.

July 29th 2016