The YouTube channels by BLFers or family:
Yes we need to start with The Old Lumens channel.
Flashlight Modding, paracord and knifes.
Enszo, The Millers son, right now mainly focussed on the game Roblox, with great dedication he looks for the right music and interesting topics to make videos about, makes the and posts two each week. It is great fun to watch him go, he improves his English, uses all kinds of software and just has a blast.
T.H.Cone: Well, I have a YT channel. It is mostly used to augment my posts here and on a couple of gear/edc forums as sometimes it is just easier to show, for example, the contents of an EDC bag than it is to write a lengthy essay. It mostly covers my outdoor hobbies, but there is an occasional rant about this or that.
ZozzV6: Here is my channel called Tech-test
(English subtitles coming soon)
“I have a Youtube channel that started out reviewing just flashlights and headlamps, but now I review and test knives too. My videos are shot like short films, have humor, and quite a bit of testing too. My flashlight reviews include beamshot sections, full UI demos, footage of actual night use, runtime tests and more. While I don’t always post my videos on BLF, I release 1-2 videos a week on Monday or Tuesday.”
“DeArmond Tool…. Most of the videos there are about CNC mills and lathes…and now the Texas Lumens videos are there as well. One as late as last evening!! Some of the videos have been on there for years. The videos I have previously posted at BLF are now all public as well.”
“It’s primarily focused on How To and DIY flashlight projects, as well as Product Reviews of popular brands.”
“Here’s my channel with the BLF Q8 and Narsil videos”
“I’ll be posting videos some time soon of me modding the Hellfire I just got ”
“I have a little channel where I upload mostly flashlight reviews and some DIY mods.”
Not much on flashlights yet but planning on doing more.
My channel is a random assortment of anything I’m interested in at that point in time. A few lights, some knifes along with tools, electrical/electronic basic stuff.
Some of you might already know my YouTube channels.
There’s one dedicated to reviews (not so much lately)
The other one is my personal channel, you’ll find flashlight mods, and various DIY stuff along with silly motorcycle related vids and spudgun experimentation
I have a youtube channel.
I dont appear in the videos. I dont show my face.
I dont say anything… just music or ambient sound.
The video quality is bad.
Dont have pro nor semi pro camera: I use the phone.
I put a lot of effort on it.
Here is mine
Flashlights and some video games:-)
“I have a youtube channel, but just to have something to upload the video’s that I use in BLF posts. Although I always add a title that makes more or less sense, most video’s are not meant to be watched without the context of the accompanying BLF post.”
“Here is my channel, only 1 video for now. I picked up a new Xtronic soldering iron and really liked it, it is my second. I hope to start doing a few with flashlights and maybe a couple of driver build videos, for those who have not see a driver reflowed… it is kinda cool!”
“One day I decided to try and upload some beam shots of my TN36 mkr I had just gotten and have kept working to improve on videos ever since. Dave is me, 999 is my birth year without the one and one of the 6 turned upside down. Never did think of a new name for this channel after beginning to upload videos.
I have about 25 high end flashlight reviews and use decent equipment for all of my mini productions. More recently I’ve learned how to use the decent equipment, so if you look at the old videos, be warned.
Videos have a fat beam shot section as well as lumen testing, runtime testing, and anything else I can think of that may matter for the flashlight in question. Looking to expand what I’m doing on my channel, but presently I’m just sticking to the ”classic” flashlight review format and working to make it as nice as I can for the viewer.
Here’s the clicky to my channel davemz999 on YouTube
“My channel is mostly flashlight reviews that I have done , with an odd video here or there. I know one video has my motorcycle in it showing all the accent lights and other running lights I put on it. (the Red motorcycle that is my profile picture)
You should see the playlist of 38 videos at the time of this post on the page the link takes you to.
“Here is my channel. Heavy on machining, but I got started with flashlights.
Some work for Dale was when my earliest videos were made if I remember correctly.”
“Here is my craptacular channel i am meant to put out new videos every week but its been one in two weeks lately i have been busy!
I started the channel for a few reasons but mainly as a challenge to my self because i stutter so i wanted to see if i could half compose my self to speak properly.
Other reason was to review cheap gear that doesn’t cost a million dollar per flashlight i didn’t find a market for that on YouTube when i started.
From my Youtube is how i found BLF so i am happy for that! I have made friends from my YouTube ”
“This is my channel, with only the drop test video of the Q8 it is empty. Plan on doing stuff about flashlights, beekeeping, maybe some tool reviews, beer reviews, idk, we’ll see”
“I hate talking on videos even though I am more than happy to chat for hours on a radio.
I’m tempted to do some drop tests of some of my new lights. I just don’t want to damage my floor!”