I can confirm 5000K is green on regulated (low-medium) brightness but pure white on unregulated (high-turbo) levels. Not Olight levels of green but still too green for me. Personally, I find this is more noticeable on the D4S as I use regulated brightness more often than unregulated. As the D4S has 3x7135 it has a lot more useful regulated light versus 1x7135, such as the D1 and D4, but for the 5000Ks this means I see the green tint more than I’d like . Guess I need to use it on full whack the entire time until I swap out the emitters!
Edit: Worth mentioning that I may have just lost out on the tint lottery and everyone else’s 5000Ks are perfectly white.
Any views on the 25A versus 32A battery? I don’t really know enough about batteries to know what’s best for the Emisar. I do like the company I buy from though, their dedication to battery safety on high drain devices like powerful vape mods is why I use them.
Good luck with that. They made prototype parts for the prototype light, not like those are off the shelf readily available items and of course, not in production yet on the Fritz light so time will tell if that clip becomes available.
You could make it from sheet Titanium and heat it up to get the bend on it…
I just attempted to flash the Anduril onto my D4. This was my first attempt ever at flashing a driver on a flashlight so I don’t really know what I’m doing.
Result: TOTAL FAILURE.
When I tried to run the app initially it seemed to work fine. typing AVRdude at the command prompt displayed the list of stuff AVRdude can do. But when I tried to flash an ATiny85 I got a message about USBasp not being detected or something like that.
After a few attempts at this, the result changed. Instead when I tried to run the command line for AVRdude a pop-up window appeared saying “this App can’t run on your PC”. Along with a similar message at the command line prompt.
I’m running Windows 10.
Need a very detailed step-by-step guide for dummies on how to get this thing working on Windows 10.
And what’s worse… now that I read up on some of the 1-star reviews of AVRdude, people are complaining that the app messed with their system and broke many programs. GAAAAH! I hope this didn’t happen to me. I have no idea if that happened. I sure hope not. AVRdude seemed to work at first from the command line then abruptly stopped working.
Are there any safer alternative programs to AVRdude for flashing the ATiny?