FREEME ✌ ASTROLUX® MF01X 18*LEDs 20000lm++ 3*21700 USB-C Flashlight Group Buy

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I'm sure there will be such option later.

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 HI Freeme

Can i buy addt'l handle? 

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Any info on size? Judging from the pictures it’s quite large… I hope it’s not something like 70mm head and 150mm length.

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Is there any info on driver? Come to think of it, I’d be much less interested if it were linear and if it’s not, there might be supply chain issues similar to ones experienced by Fireflies.

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m03da wrote:
Is there any info on driver? Come to think of it, I’d be much less interested if it were linear and if it’s not, there might be supply chain issues similar to ones experienced by Fireflies.

I’m interested in driver details as well. My biggest concern is a standard and accessible flashing pad layout like Lexel’s or Hank’s and proper firmware support from toykeeper so it gets updates.

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+1 on flashing pads too. I’m hoping Lume1 lights will pave the way to Noctigon/ Emisar pad layout becoming the norm.

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+1 on flashing pads too. I’m hoping Lume1 lights will pave the way to Noctigon/ Emisar pad layout becoming the norm.

Oh man, me too. Having ONE standard flashing pad layout that EVERYONE uses would be so incredible.

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I might need a reality check here, can this be realistically expected to happen before the LNY?

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Wow with USB-C and 20k lumens, definitely interested! Hopefully it will use SFT40

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Guess it’s using the SFS80

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SKV89 wrote:
Wow with USB-C and 20k lumens, definitely interested! Hopefully it will use SFT40

SFT40 would be more powerful great but this uses the SFQ43 LED. I guess cause it’s cheaper. On the plus side it should have a nicer tint than the SFT40 at low to mid levels.
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SFT40 would be more powerful great but this uses the SFQ43 LED. I guess cause it’s cheaper. On the plus side it should have a nicer tint than the SFT40 at low to mid levels.

I’m struggling to find any information about SFQ43, do you have a datasheet? Sure hope there’s a CRI95+ version.

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m03da wrote:
Th558 wrote:
SFT40 would be more powerful great but this uses the SFQ43 LED. I guess cause it’s cheaper. On the plus side it should have a nicer tint than the SFT40 at low to mid levels.

I’m struggling to find any information about SFQ43, do you have a datasheet? Sure hope there’s a CRI95+ version.

A little info here https://budgetlightforum.com/node/78881

Is that the LED this uses or us that a guess?

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A little info here https://budgetlightforum.com/node/78881

Is that the LED this uses or us that a guess?

Thank you! I’m blocking Google at my network level so forum search doesn’t work for me here. (Not kidding.)

I’m positive I haven’t seen any official info stating so. I believe someone had an educated guess a couple of posts back.

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1160 lm, 2160 lm max. at 3.5×3.5 mm, fine and dandy but alas no info on CCT, tint, and CRI. Here’s hoping. Hoping for a 4000K 95+ CRI megaflooder with USB charging and switch mode driver.

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At a whopping 20k lumens, I doubt we will see good tint and high CRI

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SFQ43 5700K 21k lumen, 190kcd. No neutral white option?

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Found an MF01X promo video from TikTok on Reddit.

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I found this on Youtube:

https://youtu.be/uDquccdUF-E

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Plus this one on Mateminco’s page on FB, but I do not know if its OK to post here. In any case, its MT18X , 21000lumens, 18xSFQ43 LEDs and a throw of 871m.

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