I take it more as a 3 stage beam. Pencil inner, corona middle ring, outer spill. By metering the shot, you can see the different intensities of light in the same hotspot, where the shot is normally washed out.
I ended up getting the Bravo AVS too but I'm gonna sell it. The tint is just... It's pretty and very cozily warm but I like cool tints better.Infidel!!!
But it to be true, Bones haven't passed my aesthetics threshold and I opted to a definitely beautiful and more expensive Bravo AVS.
I ended up getting the Bravo AVS too but I'm gonna sell it. The tint is just... It's pretty and very cozily warm but I like cool tints better.
I have a few tail caps for the bravo/charlie lights and as soon as I got my Bones in I immediately started swaping things around. The website says the tail caps aren't compatible with the bones model, but I don't think that is quite the case.
The bones' bezel seems to fit well on my AVS head and the tail caps fit perfectly. The optics also swap.
The bones' tail cap works perfectly on both my charlie and bravo bodies with both the AVS head and the m60.
However, the rotary cap doesn't turn on my bones at all.
The high/low tail cap meanwhile does. The high works just fine but the low mode seems lower than my bravo (with AVS head) on low.
Now I don't know if using the existing tail caps could potentially hurt anything, but if you don't mind the colors not matching and (what seems to me like a lower output on low) you could probably get away with using the bravo/charlie tail caps on the bones.
I have only used an 18650 in the bones so far.
Edit: Also the tint of the bones is not as warm to my eyes as the AVS heads, but the beams are very close otherwise.