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Hi bluzie..i remember saw your great work in a website (real easy to navigate similar to fonarik and fonarevka one) but can’t find it anymore..
is it still there?

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Maybe this?

wikilight

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What i can remember it something look like this http://fonarevka.ru

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Hi sorotantaz,
please use the new subforum: 1000 Beamshots by Bluzie.

start90a wrote:
Maybe this?
wikilight

No,
wikilight is from my friend Jojo, he is the owner of the store” ‘selected-lights’
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@bluzie, cool, bookmarked.

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June 22, 2017: Updated to 1066.

taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lampenliste.53366/

Nitecore TM28, Acebeam X45 and others added.

Thanks again, Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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Thank you for your share

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July 20, 2017: Updated to 1108: http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lampenliste.53366/

Thanks again, Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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I hope you have seen the fantastic ‘Kopter Shots’ from my friend quvantage. Smile

Klick

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Bluzie wrote:
I hope you have seen the fantastic ‘Kopter Shots’ from my friend quvantage. Smile

Klick, I saw those. That looks like a Meteor dedomed, in the first nighttime shot.

If I ever visit Germany, I will want to make “The Brightest Nursery In The World” my first place to see.

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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Aug 4, 2017: updated to 1119: http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lampenliste.53366/

 

Thanks again,  Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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37 more beamshots posted yesterday: http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lampenliste.53366/page-2#post-828979

Thanks again, Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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Beamshots of Emisar D1 and D4 with different light colors.

Noctigon Emisar D1 XP-L Hi V3 1A 6500K cool white

Noctigon Emisar D1 XP-L Hi V2 3A 5000K neutral white

Noctigon Emisar D4 4*XP-L Hi V2 3A 5000K

Noctigon Emisar D4 4*XPL-HI V3 1A 6500K

Noctigon Emisar D4 4*XP-G2 S2 1D 6100-6500K

Noctigon Emisar D4 4*XP-G2 S4 2B 5700K

Noctigon Emisar D4 4*Nichia 219C 90CRI 5000K

Many thanks to, Aussi, andreas0401, ger-slash, quvantage and amaretto for the loan.

Special thanks to Hank of Intl-outdoor.com, very fast delivery and super service.

Regards
Bluzie

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Oct. 5, 2017: Updated to 1,224: http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lampenliste.53366/

Thanks again, Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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Waiting for the BLF Q8 smile

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Coming soon. Innocent

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http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?407493-Taschenlampen-...!

Updated to 1231. Includes the Imalent DX80.

Thanks again, Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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I’ve been lurking on this forum for years…not sure why, just never made a username. LOL Seeing the TLF beam shots on BLF made me bite the bullet and finally sign up! Unbelievable work on those beam shots. That is a resource that is invaluable! I find it amazing how two very similar styled lights with the same chip can have two very different beam profiles.

What puzzles me is WHERE/HOW do you get so many lights to test?! Do you run the EU warehouses for Banggood and Amazon? ROFL

Thanks again for the shots, it’s not only eye candy it’s very useful.

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Nov. 30 2017:  Updated to 1259: http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lampenliste.53366/

 

Thanks again, Bluzie!

Think of how evil the average person is, and realize half of them are eviler than that.

 

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I came across this thread and just WOW. Thanks Bluzie for those beamshots. This is really cool and helpful. Thumbs Up

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Last week my friend emax added all the names and a watermark in the pictures.

Thank you emax. Thumbs Up

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Nice shot, amazing work.

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Back when I bought the first serious flashlight, the TK45, there was a site, I believe it was Russian that had a huge collection of beam shots. It looked like some kind of tunnel or underpass.

Interestingly enough, the beam shots was the decision maker and fairly accurate of my use.

Of course the Q8 crushed the TK45. But i still like the cooler white of the TK45. .

Is that site still active?

PS…great work Bluzie.

Moses came from the mountaintop carrying a tablet. The Words were....WITH GREAT LUMENS COMES GREAT REPONSIBILITY.

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Probably this one…. http://fonarevka.ru/#

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Sivy wrote:
Probably this one…. http://fonarevka.ru/#

Nope. First, there I’d no TK45 in there and that one was some kind of concrete structure.

It was around 2012.

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Oh , it may not be that site , but I could find TK45.

Click on “Поиск фонарей в базе” (Search flashlights in the database) in yellow in top left.

Easier if you use english language flag in top right.

Fenix is listed twice , use upper lower case “fenix” to find TK45

Best of luck.

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Sivy wrote:
Oh , it may not be that site , but I could find TK45.

Click on “Поиск фонарей в базе” (Search flashlights in the database) in yellow in top left.

Easier if you use english language flag in top right.

Fenix is listed twice , use upper lower case “fenix” to find TK45

Best of luck.

Hmmm…i found a shot of an underpass and a shot of a concrete paking lot. And no TK45. I’m on my phone, when i get to the desktop, I’ll rummage some more.

No big deal other then couriosity. Also those shots convinced back then to spend an unheard of amount of $120 for a flashlight. Actually, i bought 4 ofthem.

Moses came from the mountaintop carrying a tablet. The Words were....WITH GREAT LUMENS COMES GREAT REPONSIBILITY.

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It’s here: https://fonarik.com/test/?model=76&scene=1&mode=0 And other flashlights!

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Sergey_1998 wrote:
It’s here: https://fonarik.com/test/?model=76&scene=1&mode=0 And other flashlights!

THAT IS IT! It’s been several years since I have seen that shot.

Moses came from the mountaintop carrying a tablet. The Words were....WITH GREAT LUMENS COMES GREAT REPONSIBILITY.

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Hello, maybe I missed it,

In the beamshots, can someone please tell me the distance to the clay pot on the ground, then the distance to the white sign, and finally the distance to the trees behind the nursery. This would help me out greatly. Wink

 

 

 

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