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Thread: Q3*3 vs MCE/M

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    Enlightened
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    Default Q3*3 vs MCE/M

    I got a Q3*3 light from Mzzlg. The model is M9X. It is a pilot version only.
    Before mass production, I buy it for evaluation. M9X power consuming is 1.5A 2 Li Cell to drive 3 Q3 in serial. The MCE consuming is 1.4A 2 Li Cell to drive MCE in 2p2s (drive by AX2002 controller board).

    0.2 meter beamshot

    0.5M beamshot

    1M beamshot

    Relatively simple structure but effective. The heat can transfer to the host.

    ldch 2Li controler board using LT1619 & ZXCT1009 to drive Q3*3 in serial(or MCE 4s)

    Optical lens


    120M
    camera exposure:
    Aperture: 5.6
    Exposure: 1 seconds
    ISO-1600
    Focal length: 82
    White balance: lighting
    MX9

    MCE


    Outdoor Beamshots
    camera exposure:
    Aperture: 4.5
    Exposure: 1 / 4 seconds
    ISO-1600
    Focal length: 27
    White balance: lighting
    M9X

    MCE
    Last edited by ak47fans; 08-09-2009 at 09:47 AM.

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    Default Re: Q5*3 vs MCE/M

    First two pic`s are to dark for comment. Second couple seems the Q5 setup is aimed higher...so tough to judge throw. The MC-E seem to have a brighter spill beam.

    Neither light would be of interest to me. To big...to many like it already.

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    Default Re: Q5*3 vs MCE/M

    Quote Originally Posted by Badbeams3 View Post
    First two pic`s are to dark for comment. Second couple seems the Q5 setup is aimed higher...so tough to judge throw. The MC-E seem to have a brighter spill beam.

    Neither light would be of interest to me. To big...to many like it already.
    M9X has a smaller spotbeam, so MCE seems brighter. However the flood still MCE win.

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