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    Default Deft X and Fire-Foxes FF4 HID photos and beamshots

    Deft X and Fire-Foxes FF4 HID photos and beamshots
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    Deft X to 820 meters, handheld, breast-height:
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    Last edited by tatasal; 04-05-2018 at 05:53 AM.

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    Flashaholic djjoonie's Avatar
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    Default Re: Deft X and Fire-Foxes FF4 HID photos and beamshots

    Awesome. Thanks for the comparison. Deftx is like laser!

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    Default Re: Deft X and Fire-Foxes FF4 HID photos and beamshots

    The light color seems to have a green hue to it as well.

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    Can you tell me what size or model that Nikon lense cover is? I thought there was a Canon one too?

    The original thread on this on another sight where that was talked about died and I cannot find any info on it. I want to buy one for mine.
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    Default Re: Deft X and Fire-Foxes FF4 HID photos and beamshots

    You need a threaded or snap-in 67 mm lens cover for your FF4. I use a 67mm with spring loaded tabs and prefer it over plain screw in place covers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XeRay View Post
    The light color seems to have a green hue to it as well.
    Actually that green hue in the photos cannot be seen in real life. I wonder why it looks like that in the photo, but it's only all warm yellowish stream of light.

    De-domed XPG-S2 become much warmer, more yellowish. In broad daylight, when aiming a beam to a white-painted concrete wall, you can very well see a yellow hotspot.

    My cellphone's camera is not showing an accurate representation of the hue.
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    Default Re: Deft X and Fire-Foxes FF4 HID photos and beamshots

    Part of the yellowness actually is caused by the Wavien collar. The collar basically does the same thing as de-doming does (Photons get "recycled" inside the phosphor), so you basically get double the tint-shift compared to just de-doming.

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