Prometheus Delta Flashlight Review

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The markers are a very nice touch - are they in an arc centered on the tripod? What is their spacing? Distance and radii dimensions give solid data to the images. Thanks for your attention to detail...
Yellow markers are all 25' from the light source in a radius.
I don't have the degrees, but measured between the stakes to place approximately even within the photo.
There are also two other markers that are too dim to make out.

Lights were aimed at the base of the Large tree in the center of photo 50'.
Here's another take, getting closer. Next I will get the background brighter in the next shoot.

Wide
01Wide_800.jpg


Medium
02Medium_800.jpg


Narrow
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My copper limited edition arrived w 319A. Also have a 219C in aluminum. Can the heads be interchanged like legos or will it mess things up?

Great pics, btw!
 

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My copper limited edition arrived w 319A. Also have a 219C in aluminum. Can the heads be interchanged like legos or will it mess things up?

Great pics, btw!
Yes the heads should have the same thread. I have legoed Brass, EN, and Ti Delta lights. Take good care, yours is but one of the two in that special style made :).

Getting better.
I'm trying another set tonight before coming bad weather.
I was lazy. The Narrow and wide shots were 319A's 4K and the Medium was a 219C 4K, changing Optics mid session produces better results


Narrow
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Medium
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Wide
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OK,

I am sorry for the delay posting here. Busy getting some more tools together. Here's a new Color Wheel 24" X 36" Target.
Since last post I've been aquiring the necessary LED choices to do some comparative tint shots.
I initially tried to create an animated Gif. I ended giving up in frustration due to lack of controls and large file size. Much easier
and faster creating, advanced editing, and then compiling a Video than creating animated gifs. I don't use online gif makers.

Here's the details:
Drive Levels=70% ; Distance from target 10' ; Camera and Light Height above Target 6' ; White Balance set to Daylight(Sun)
Optics Installed= Narrow Frosted ; Target Size= 24"H X 36"W ; F-Stop=22 for Depth and Clarity ; 25 Second Exposure(exc. Daylight shot)

Enjoy
GL

 

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Thanks for the tint shots! It's always useful to have resources like this when trying to decide what LED to select on these higher end lights.
 

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New Tools almost here. Due in Saturday. Looking forward to trying them out.

Edit: I got one a day early today. It's a canvas print, can't wait to try it.
 
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Im currently using the supplied Keep Power IMR 1200mah cell, but do you know if it's ok to use AW IMR 18350 700mah cells in the Delta? I'm guessing they may be ok but just not last as long?
 
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Im currently using the supplied Keep Power IMR 1200mah cell, but do you know if it's ok to use AW IMR 18350 700mah cells in the Delta? I'm guessing they may be ok but just not last as long?
I have some and have used them just fine. I hated to see Andy close up shop. Huge respect for the quality of his AW cells.
 

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Thanks folks for the quick replies! Love my AWs and have enough that they're the perfect back up batteries for my Delta thanks!
 
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