Bluzie's Fantastic Beamshot Collection at TLF

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Bluzie's Fantastic Beamshot Collection at TLF

I had a nice PM from new BLF member ‘Bluzie’ asking about Group Buy information on the X6/X5. Bluzie is a prominent member of TLF (taschenlampen-forum), and indicated that the lights would be used in his Beamshot Collection here.

Forgive me if this has previously been posted, but I have not seen this before. Check it out, folks!

Thank you, Bluzie, for an amazing resource and obviously a labor of love! Smile

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Another member had steered me toward his shots a while back. I didnt even think about a link…

Bluzie- thanks for all your work and I really like that you even include “regular” lights like you can buy at Aldi….

Krono, another good resource, thanks!

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Ah yes, the “garden center” shots, as I call them. Used that for comparisons many times. It’s a fantastic resource. As I’m not a member at tlf I’ll take this opportunity to says a big “THANK YOU!” to Bluzie, and welcome to blf!

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G'Day Krono, & Bluzie, Smile

 

Yes, that Is a Superb resource that I bookmarked about 2-3 months ago.  Wink

 

Thank you Very Much,

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Gob smacked. Anyone here think they have a problem? Bluzie what do I say. Amazing effort.

 

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great , restless work done !

thanks bluzie! Beer

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Thank you for the friendly welcome Guys.

@krono: Thank you for the posting on the right place.

@ReManG: You know Aldi. Shocked Smile

I am not alone, we are many Flashys in the Beamshot Team.

If you are interested i will post some News in this Thread.

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Welcome aboard!! Smile

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so can bones.

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Wow!! Fantastic job!

It's the simple things that we take for granted that cost us the most

Ευκαιρία λέει πιάσε με από το μέτωπο γιατί μόλις έχω περάσει δεν θα με πιάσειs

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Welcome aboard Bluzie! Amazing collection of beamshots you got there, please visit BLF more often to share your great work and contributions to the flashaholic community

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Have a nice time here, Bluzie!

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Today my friend Galeodes came to visit me with some MT-G2 Lights.

29 Meter to the end of the Glass-Hous.

Kontrollshot

The MH20CW is a Light for Referenz.

Nitecore MH20 CW

EagTac SX25L3

Fenix TK35UE

Nitecore EC4SW

Nitecore P36

Klarus G30

Fenix PD40

Niwalker MM15 Akkus unprotected

Thank you Galeodes. Beer

Bluzie

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Thanks Bluzie- I love beamshots taken in the same location. That gives you a true comparison (and makes you want more lights!)

Phil

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Beautiful shots, thanks for sharing! I just love MT-G2s

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great shots!

thanks a lot!

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M4D M4X wrote:

great shots!

thanks a lot!

+1000 Smile

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Yesterday my friend Galeodes visit me.
He brings me up some Olight S1.

From left to right:
Brass coated, …Brass raw,… Rose Gold,… Copper raw silver, .. Copper raw blue,.. Titan polished,.. Titan matt, ..Alu

Weight of the Lights.
Br 64,5 gr,….. Br 61,5 gr, …Cu R.G.65,0 gr, …. Cu 64,9 gr, … Cu 64,9 gr, … Ti 37,0 gr, …… Ti 36,4 gr, ……. Al 25,5 gr.

Different colours of light.

Here my S1 were allowed to play also.

Ceiling lighting, a complete soccer Team.

Eleven S1 in Aktion. Smile

Bluzie

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I like the location of all these beamshots. Are you at a nursery?

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Love the pics…very creative!

I have the matte Titanium version (2nd from the right), and it is a very nice, compact light.

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Wow! What a beautiful collection of lights and amazing photos! Love it!

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Nice shots Bluzie, thanks.

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Bluzie wrote:
Yesterday my friend Galeodes visit me.
He brings me up some Olight S1.

From left to right:
Brass coated, …Brass raw,… Rose Gold,… Copper raw silver, .. Copper raw blue,.. Titan polished,.. Titan matt, ..Alu

Weight of the Lights.
Br 64,5 gr,….. Br 61,5 gr, …Cu R.G.65,0 gr, …. Cu 64,9 gr, … Cu 64,9 gr, … Ti 37,0 gr, …… Ti 36,4 gr, ……. Al 25,5 gr.

Bluzie

Those are some seriously nice lights 8) . Really good beamshots too, thanks for sharing.

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Krono, thanks for the link.

 

Bluzie, thanks for all the wonderful comparisons. One light stands out above all the others for me.

Fenix TK75vn 3*XH-P70 (4*18650)

xhp70


It is why I quit modding. After making some custom lights with multiple XHP70 leds, there is nothing else to do. They blow away all other lights. They blow away car headlights and the only thing brighter is the sun. 

 

Thank you for all the time and effort you are doing with the beamshot comparisons. It helps immensely or at least it should. 

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Under construction, Beer
this Week we are cleaning the ways, of course only for the beamshots. Wink

I have two GIFs from the autumn.

Led Lenser P7R

Led Lenser X21R.2

Thanks to Galeodes.
He moved the focus mm for mm. Big Smile

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Bluzie,

Thank you and “the team”, so very much for sharing your wonderful beamshot references.

The comparisons between similar brands and models of flashlights is extremely helpful. I personally, have been considering 3 × 18650 MTG2 flashlight. The Eagletac SX25L3 and the Klarus G30 are very comparable. Your photos (above) clearly show the SX25L3 has better throw, but, the G30 has better spill. Your catalog of photos is the only source I have found that compares the two flashlights in the same environment. Well done.

Thank you again.

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Sticky’d, thanks a lot!

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ger-slash, Franky K., quvantage and I wanted to do some Beamshots on Saturday.

Because the plants on our standard Beamshotrange want to be not just green, we are once again dodged on the 120 meter range.

The star of the evening was the TK76 from ger-slash without question.

15 LEDs and over 120 switching options, to a sophisticated, relatively simple UI.

A very unusual design.

Of course, Pizza, Penne and mini – chocolate marshmallows were not missing. Big Smile

Up to the white Flies it is 120 meters.

To the building 140 meters.

Settings of the camera.

F5 shutter, 2.5 sec, 5200 K and ISO 200.

Kontrollshots


Meteor M43 12*XP-G2 S2 DD (4*18650)

Meteor M43 12*XP-L Hi NW (4*18650)

Meteor M43 12*XP-G2 S3 NW (4*18650)

Meteor M43 12*XP-G2 S4 CW (4*18650)

Fenix TK75 VN 3*XM-L2 DD (4*18650)

Fenix TK76 Center LED and 2 additional LEDs 3*XM-L2 (4*18650)

Fenix TK76 Center LED 3*XM-L2 (4*18650)

Fenix TK61 Kenji Mod XP-L Hi (4*18650)

Niteye Eye 30 3*XM-L2 (4*18650)

Nitecore TM16GT 4*XP-L Hi (4*18650)

Olight SR51 Prisma Mod MT-G2 (2*18650)
http://abload.de/img/p1150580q6sbe.jpg!

Olight SR52 VN XM-L2 DD (3*18650)

Olight SR Mini II 3*XM-L2 (3*18650)

Thrunite TN32 XM-L2 (3*18650)

Acebeam K40VN XM-L2 DD (3*18650)

Olight M2XUT XP-L DD (18650)

Acebeam T20 XP-L Hi (2*18650)

Lumintop SD75 Prisma Mod XHP 70 DD (4*18650)

Lumintop SD4A XP-L Hi (4*AA Eneloop)

Thrunite TN4A Hi XP-L Hi (4*AA Eneloop)

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Awesome work, Bluzie!

I would love to see some of Dale’s (DB Custom) mods in the mix!

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Thank you kronological,
very,very gladly.
But the shipping costs and the Custom…… Sad

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Your beamshots are awesome!
Thank you for doing all this and posting.

No love for the UniqueFire UF-1504/1405?

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Fantastic stuff, Bluzie!! Thanks for the great work!

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