Nice catch, Luisma!
The low lux of the FD40 is why i went for the NIWALKER AURORA C26 CREE XP-L HI. 68,000 lux.
Just about ready for a first round of test with the "Big 4K Watt" HMI bulb. So far I've used a 100 watt HMI bulb with
The nice thing about the telescope design is that part of the parabolic shape is spherical and therefore easy to define, design and construct. I referenced
Fenix FD40 claims 22500 cd in spot mode. What are LED Lenser P14.2 numbers? Does my question sound rhetoric?
still looking -- anyone out there?
We're the normal ones.
The rest of the world lives in darkness lit by cel phones.
I have both both a PH50 and an Abyss and I can personally attest to the statement made by hron61 in the fact that the differences in the performance of
Guess you missed the knock out darts part there?
You know, like the folks on tv who tag big cats and stuff...or your local dog warden?