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    Default Integrating sphere

    Now the nights are drawing in, it's time to play with the integrating sphere.
    Folomov Tour B4: claimed output 1200 Lumens, actual output 1094 Lumens. Not bad.

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    An integrating sphere is something most of us don't see every day. Thank you for posting. Got any other torches for testing?
    ďMay it be a light to you in dark places, when all other lights go out.Ē
    J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

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    I have a few, I'll buy some interesting looking ones and check them out, like this 90000 lumen one: https://coubiy.com/products/powerful...AdStOTtooeOocM

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    I donít understand how those companies donít get into any kind of trouble for completely false advertising. I clicked on the link just to see. I think the best part was the word WATERPROOF in bold letters with an image of the light plunging into water with little air bubbles trailing off of it, and right above it it says itís rated to IPX-6 so it can withstand rain, but cannot be put into water. Those lights are always good for a laugh.

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