Would that be suitable as a cap light? Is looks like the the clip is reversible for that.
Most versatile is the Zebralight sc63/64 for the size. DQG UI does not compete with the superior UI of the Zebralight. For a few centimeters I think it is worth it.
Most versatile is the Emisar for the size. Zebralight UI does not compete with the superior UI of the Emisar. For a few centimeters I think it is worth it.
That said, I love the Zebra hardware. Too bad that firmware can't be reasonably changed.
Yes, that's certainly personal. But I love the ability to make tiny adjustments back and forth, easily setting the output to be exactly what I want. My first light was QTC based and this worked great. So it does with D4, though moonlight is too bright, It doesn't work so well with BLF Q8 because you can't go lower without ramping all the way up to turbo or starting from scratch. I have not tried the latest Zebra UI, but I was dissatisfied with the UI of every mode-based light that I used.That's pretty subjective really. Personally, I will take set levels, with more shortcuts, and known runtimes over the Emisar's ramping UI any day.
Have you tried ZL's new fully programmable UI? You can set it up any way you like pretty much(aside from infinitely ramping if that's your thing). And, you don't have to buy a bunch of hardware and disassemble the light every time you want to make a change like the D4.