Is there another optic for the Fireflies E07?

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scosgt
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Is there another optic for the Fireflies E07?

This is a seven emitter light. It is very floody. wondering if anyone knows of a replacement optic with a little more throw.
The one LED E01 (my favorite light) out throws it by quite a bit, with a lot less power.
So just wondering.
I did try some other optics on a FW3. I can see a difference, but not much.

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Nope, there’s not. (no one makes 7 leds in that small format)

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PM Fireflies. They recently found an optic with half the beam angle so should throw significantly farther.

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SKV89 wrote:
PM Fireflies. They recently found an optic with half the beam angle so should throw significantly farther.

Will do. Thank you

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Fireflies(Jack) said there’s no such optic. All optics are the stock 25 degrees one

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They tried the throwier optic but it was too large for the E07. I’m sure sometime down the line they will make an E07v2 with a slightly larger head to accommodate that optic.

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Tubercle wrote:
Fireflies(Jack) said there’s no such optic. All optics are the stock 25 degrees one

Here is what jack told me : http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1542283#comment-1542283 and http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1542309#comment-1542309
I received the optics but didn’t have time to test it.