The Wood is cut, The Bacon is cooked, Now it’s tim
- Jun 8, 2008
- New England woods.
Got any beam shots?
hmm that looks like mine. and your beamshot to the right looks like my mag aspheric q3-5a(flood focused).Don't laugh, this was my first attempt at a beamshot. The ZL is on the left, a Regalight EDC modded with Q3-5A is on the right. The Regalight looks pinker/redder to me, though I don't know how well that shows up in the picture. Now that I look at it, the ZL does look a tiny bit green.
Thanks for responding.The only thing wrong with it is in the past, long threads created problems within the software itself. Reducing the possibility of a forum slowdown or even a total shutdown and being able to continue to post on a particular subject would seem to outweigh the inconvenience of putting forth a bit more effort to make a reply.
Ahh, but which one do you have?
The lights we delivered recently AND in the near future are come with either Q5-WD or Q3-5A tint LEDs. The color temperature of the WD tint is in the 6350-5700K range. It's a bit warmer than the WC tint (7000-6350K) we had before. The 'warm white' 5A tint is in the 4300-4000K range. One way to tell if you have a WD or 5A tint light is to compare it to a camera flash (5500K). Here are some examples of color temperature (K):
Cree WC 6350-7000
Cree WD 5700-6350
Camera flash 5500
Cree 5A 4000-4300