Is W1 an option? If it’s possible to get 55k lux from 4xW1 LEDs, count me in! W1 should mean less heat, longer run time, better throw. I’m here for it!
Adding W1 now
Hey All. I purchased a couple non-vn D4 Ti/copper straight from Emisar direct at Intl outdoors. Found booth have sharp threads. Cut is good, but so precisely almost any tiny debris makes the cap removal install grindy or even tough to pull off. Wanted to ask Vinh if his Ti/copper hosts were similar? Suspect it's a cost savings with the spendier stock billet in general and harder to cut Ti in particular. Am curious though if that's the norm or if other units in Ti/cu were still square cut?
Since we`re talking about the Emisar D4V2
Is there any way to change the switch to a forward clicky?
I love the light but I`m not overly fond of the slight delay of the switch
Ooops, I left that part out. FW3Avn.
Any beam shots please?I am continuing to round out the small light department of my collection. Today, a few months late to the party, arrived the D4V2vn with throw optics and 4x White 2 emitters, 4020 lumens and 429 meters throw.
The first thing is the amazing throw. I tried to visualize the throw from seeing the spec, but I had to see it to be amazed. This light is the throwiest of the seven lights that I am comparing it with. 4,020 lumens and a nice, well tempered beam profile yielding 429 meters throw in a single 18650 compact light is just an amazing sight to behold.
It does get hot in turbo fast, as known and expected.
Size: A little bit more head diameter than the S2 Baton, and significantly shorter than the E4K.
An amazing beam profile/beam performance from this size classification!
Left to right, if the pic attaches correct pois: P60vn Cryos 4 x XP-L, MMU-X3vn 3 x XHP 50.2, TM9Kvn 9 x XP-L, NSX53vn 3 x XHP50.2, E4Kvn 4 x XP-L, D4V2vn 4 x W2, S2 Baton. stock. View attachment 11850