Ha, I get that, and I'm not trying to dissuade you from owning both, but just like being able to customize the tint of my light, the Lee filters also give me a variety of choices for diffusion, from just softening the spot a bit, to full blown flood, and everywhere in between.Maybe... But I have no problem having one of each
I hear ya on that one... I have an H53c and H53Fc and can say first-hand that DC-Fix is almost identical to the frosted lens.. but why not own both???
I remember the old MiniMag came with this rubber hex thing that would hold red or green filters over the end. If there was something like that with a frosted filter, I might use it. These days, of course, with 1000 vs 10 lumens, I have to wonder if the filter or holder would melt.the extra few seconds of hassle make it a PITA....Far easier to just pick up a frosted light if you want to use it
I meant the anodizing on the outside. Zebralights have been a dark gray color lately, but varied depending on the aluminum source. These came out very light/olive. I'm picky
Other demonstration of how much more advanced it is showed up while measuring current. DMM? 8A. Strap & clamp? 7.5-8A.
....Looking forward to what comes next with 21700 cells. Given the 8A peak drain, I'm going to call myself vindicated that the 40T is complete overkill...
This is an accurately rated, great performing ultra-high capacity 21700 cell. The datasheet lists the minimum capacity at 4753mAh and standard capacity of 4900mAh. The two 50E2’s I tested delivered 5051mAh and 5062mAh at 1A (0.2C) down to 2.5V. The DC internal resistance measured 20.7mOhms and 20.8mOhms. This is astounding consistency and fantastic to see.....This Samsung 50E2 outperforms the (earlier) Samsung 50E, the Samsung 48G, and the LG M50 samples I recently purchased.... I do not know when the 50E2 will be available for sale or who will carry it but I hope it is soon.