Beamshots and measurements TR-J12 DRY TK35 STL-V2 UF-V6 V60C and more (add pics).

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Beamshots and measurements TR-J12 DRY TK35 STL-V2 UF-V6 V60C and more (add pics).

*** add more pics for comparison in reply#1 ***

Tailcap draw from 18650 no load.
Lux reading from 4 meters convert to 1 meter@ 0.25 lux.
Image ISO200 1second.




From left to right

1. Mag2DT6
2. TrustFire TR-J12
3. UniqueFire UF-V6
4. SkyRay STL-V2
5. TrustFire X8
6. 32650 XM-L
7. Sunwayman V60C
8. DRY
9. Fenix TK35










From left to right

1. UltraFire WF 502B mod wit XP-G , 4x7135
2. UltraFire WF 502B XM-L from DD
3. UniqueFire UF-A10-B XM-L mod with 4*7135
4. Romisen RC-39
5. XinTD C8 from intl-outdoor
6. Shadow JM07 PRO Stone white XM-L T6 3C
7. UltraFire C8 warm white
8. UltraFire 504B mod with 8x7135
9. UniqueFire UF-2100
10. Brinyte PD08
11. ITP SA2 XP-E R2

 

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1.TK35

 

25072 lux

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.DRY

3x18650

Turbo = 4080mA

Hi = 2210mA

Med = 840mA

Low = 170mA

 

25472 lux

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3.TR-J12
 
Soshine  Vbat1    Vbat2       Draw
2*18650   4.20V    4.20V        3.60A
2*18650   4.05V    4.05V        3.73A
2*18650   3.97V    3.97V        3.95A
 
Soshine      Vbat1  Vbat2  Vbat3        Draw
3*18650      4.19V   4.19V    4.19V            2.10A
3*18650      3.96V   3.96V    3.95V            2.22A
 
22880 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4. SkyRay STL-V2
2x18650
Hi = 1420mA
Med = 740mA
Low = 180mA
 
Hi  47360 lux
med 25120 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5.UniqueFire UF-V6
2x18650
Hi = 1500mA
Med=780mA
Low = 180mA
 
45120 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
6. Sunwayman V60C
 
3x18650
 
39680 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7.TrustFire X8
2x18650
Hi = 1420mA
Med = 620mA
Low = 160mA
 
21600 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8.Shadow JM07 PRO
 
Hi = 2480mA
Med = 780mA
Low = 130 mA
 
12128 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9.XinTD C8
1x18650
Hi = 2820mA
Med = 880mA
Low = 150mA
 
20880 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10.UltraFire C8 Warm White
1x18650
Hi = 2810mA
Med = 870mA
low = 140mA
 
17200 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
11.UltraFire 504B XM-L mod with 8x7135
Hi = 2820mA
Med = 880mA
Low = 150mA
 
8512 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
12.UniqueFire UF-2100
1xCGR18650CH 2250mA
Hi = 4030mA
Med = 1900mA
Low = 190mA
 
1x18650
Hi = 3490mA
Med = 1700mA
Low = 180mA
 
5200 lux (1x18650)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
13.32650 XM-L
32650 body , 8*7135 , SST-50 reflector
Battery : 1x18650 , 1x26650 , 1x32650 , or 3xAA
 
1x32600
Hi = 2800mA
Med = 820mA
Low = 140mA
 
31680 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
14. Mag2DT6
Maglite2D body ,  XM-L T6 , 3A driver , Dmini Ultra Turbofoce
2x18650
Hi = 1550mA
Med = 510mA
Low = 110mA
 
55200 lux
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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2nd add pics
 
Group 1
 
DRY Hi
TR-J12
DRY Turbo
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Group 2
 
DRY Hi
TR-J12
DRY Turbo
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Group 3
 
SkyRay STL-V2
UniqueFire UF-V6
Sunwayman V60C
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Group 4
 
SkyRay STL-V2
UniqueFire UF-V6
Sunwayman V60C
 
 
 
 
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Copy image location and paste.

PS where is the images?

Re size you image they could be too big

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Look for the little "tree" icon next to the anchor.

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Sold the red one too! Now guess what I drive, doing my penance for 500 hp commuters...

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Pics are loading slowly and only show the torches. I cant see any beamshots, FYI

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Re-size you image they could be too big

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It seems your hosting is very slow, I would recommend imageshack for the moment if you don't want to signup for a photobucket account.

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Here's how to insert image.

1. Click the "Tree icon"

2. Paste image URL to the text field and click "Insert"

3. Enjoy (result is shown below)

 

Hope this helps.

..and I agree with Hikelite: Your image hosting is (very) slow. Please use something else instead.

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This looks like it's going to be an awesome thread !!!!

Pok, thank you for taking the time to do this.  I'm really looking forward to seeing the JM07 Pro!!!

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Seems that you got the issue solved? Good!

Nice beamshots, thanks for sharing!

I borrowed your photos to illustrate the difference between DRY and TR-J12 (mouse over for TR-J12):

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Looking good!

Thanks for sharing!

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WEll done POK! Glad to see you sorted out the problems

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interesting pics, it looks the UF-V6 has a little smaller spot than stl-v2, but stronger spill(or corona?) and colder color, what I prefer better

unique engrish language... Smile

 

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xed888 wrote:

WEll done POK! Glad to see you sorted out the problems

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Very nice! Thank you for taking your time and doing this for us to see Smile

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viffer750 wrote:
it looks the UF-V6 has a little smaller spot than stl-v2, but stronger spill(or corona?) and colder color, what I prefer better

It looks also that the STL-V2 spill covers a somewhat broader area.

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Wow - Brilliant job.  The excellent camera/tripod work really shines in the mouseover image.  Thanks for putting so much time into this.

I really like the 32650/3xAA light - can you please share more info on that torch ? 

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awesome post - we have very similar taste in lights, nice collection

I really like the uf-2100.  that might be my new edc if the edi-t p4 i have on order isn't 18650.

what is the 32650 host w/ yellow switch?!

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My 32650 body host and side switch are only available in my country .
But It look like SMALL SUN ZY-777 , 1D and 3D

http://www.manafont.com/product_info.php/small-sun-zy777-cree-q5-led-fla...

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Great job!! The DRY is a hell of a light.

 

 

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rikr wrote:

Great job!! The DRY is a hell of a light.

 

I second this, thanks for the effort.

Really nice and clear pics!

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Thanks for the hard work, your results are pretty close to what some of us have gotten/posted and is excellent info to the "database".  Laughing

 

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Thanks for the comparison shots. You've shown us some of the most popular lights with comparable shots. I understand the weak/strong points and differences between them better.

Thanks for the time and effort.

Komichi

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Pok: Thanks for the wonderful beamshots!

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Mouseovers rock

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Chicago X wrote:

Wow - Brilliant job.  The excellent camera/tripod work really shines in the mouseover image.  Thanks for putting so much time into this.

+1000

Excellent work, Pok. Thanks a lot for sharing Big Smile Thats what I call beamshot comparison Silly

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Outstanding! That DRY is da bomb.  STL too (bang for buck).

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Wow, Pok, incredible amount of hard work on these pics. Thanks so much for sharing! Sticky'd.

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Thanks for this reference! I am loving my new DRY and it is nice to see these comparisons! 

 

Can someone do a mouseover of the V60C vs. the STL V2? I am not sure how. Thanks!

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Great and informative thread. Thanks Pok !!

 

...Frankly, I thought STL-V2 will be better (compared to UF-V6). On the other hand, XinTD C8 rocks.

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