Laser Flashlight W10 6500K/4000K/CRI 89+

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Laser Flashlight W10 6500K/4000K/CRI 89+

White Laser Emitter W10

Available 3 versions for option

Color temperature: 6500K
Color temperature: 4000K
CRI Index: CRI 89+

Acebeam LEP W10

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High CRI? Interesting!

I don’t see specs for it listed separately, does it keep all the performance of CRI65?…………

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Agro wrote:
High CRI? Interesting!

I don’t see specs for it listed separately, does it keep all the performance of CRI65?…………

CRI 89+ is different performance of CRI65. Will update soon.

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Oh, CRI89+ from a LEP, that’s very interesting!

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maukka wrote:
Oh, CRI89+ from a LEP, that’s very interesting!
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ACEBEAM wrote:
Agro wrote:
High CRI? Interesting!

I don’t see specs for it listed separately, does it keep all the performance of CRI65?…………

CRI 89+ is different performance of CRI65. Will update soon.


Physics can not be defied! Smile
Nice option, I hope the throw is not too much less.
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High CRI flashlight from ACEBEAM?

Thank you for listening to me, guys Beer

I will seriously consider this flashlight. (Maybe if the beam could be even narrower, this could be a nice backup as a star pointing device instead of the banned green lasers Love )

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I wonder what good a HighCRI thrower is. IMHO, there's no sense to have maximum color rendition at far distances at the cost of significant lower output, less efficiency and more heat excess. HighCRI makes sense for photographers, shop displays or floody lights for close distances but it don't see any real benefit on throwers yet. As long as higher CRI values come with much worse efficiency I'd rather choose a better performing neutralwhite option with lower CRI value.

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I agree. There’s no point in using very high CRI in a thrower, but the fact that it was done with a LEP is interesting in itself.

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You need to look at X which is at distance D.
To see X well you need enough lux at it. After you have enough lux, further throw improvement doesn’t help you see better. But higher CRI does.
I wait for much higher output LEP lights. Ones that produce much wider but not necessary more intense beam. For them I would welcome CRI80+.

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The proof of the pudding is in the eating, I think in this case. Have a look at the low CRI higher intensity W10 and high CRI lower intensity W10 side by side, and then you see if the brightness loss is compensated by the improved colour contrast.

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I would be interested in this 89cri version in the larger 2km thrower you guys teased early on.

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djozz wrote:
The proof of the pudding is in the eating, I think in this case. Have a look at the low CRI higher intensity W10 and high CRI lower intensity W10 side by side, and then you see if the brightness loss is compensated by the improved colour contrast.

Especially in nature, might not be as important in a urban area.

Good to see white lasers becoming available on the consumer market and even with high CRI light!

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Interesting!

How about adding real regulation?