The BLF GT, M25C2 Turbo & others in a short beam comparison

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The BLF GT, M25C2 Turbo & others in a short beam comparison

Here is a short beam comparison with my BLF GT and some other lucky throwers.
Unfortunately the overall outside conditions had not been that ideal for beam shots, cause down by the river the ambient humidity was a bit too much. But first time on the road with the GT, I decided to give the camera at least a chance respectively an experimental try.

The target zone is once again the basement area of a big power pole placed at the western bank of the Lower Rhine river, but from a place decently more far away, so that the beam distance should be about ~1100 m. !!
Camera settings: manual mode – iso 100 – time 5 s – blend F 5.6, first pic is normal distance, second pic is with 11x optical zoom.

1. Crelant 7G5CS Collimator XP-G2 ded. – ca. 5 A – Kenjii Mod (ca. 550 klux) 
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2. Ultrafire – T90 – XM-L2 ded. / ca. 6,5 A madmark Mod. ( ca. 550 klux)
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3. EagTac – M25C2 Turbo – XP-G2 ded. / 2 × 18650 w. original Treiber (ca. 765 klux)
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4. BLF GT XHP35 Hi (klux not measured yet) 
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For some better overview, the zoom pics shrunken to 400 pix.
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Despite the badly outside conditions, i. m. o. the pics are showing in impressive manner that there is a new sheriff in town.

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A very nice and realistic comparison!
I think that the bigger hotspot and nicer tint are the real benefits here.
What can’t be seen is how much smaller and lighter (!) the MC25C2 Turbo is.

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Nice! Too bad the air was so “thick”, the beamshots would be even more impressive.

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Great! Thanks for the beam shots.