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    32% more Lumen and 100% more intensity compared to E07vn W2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    usb-c charging retained?

    How does White 1 compare? How does a 30t compare to a high drain 26650?

    I knew this would be a banger!
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    WOW!

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    Amazing! Even better than the D4S!

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    Still trying out more LEDs. This light is AMAZING! Please give me some time ;-)
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    What's the CRI rating of the White2?
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    70 CRI

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    Is this an OTF lumen record for a single cell and if that's the case, holy cow... what's the XPL going to do?!

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    Super interested in the throw numbers for W1/W1.1!

    Can the lens be removed from this too like the D4Svn for a supercharged throw ability? If this could get 150kcd and 5k Lumens from W1/1.1, even if a supercharge lens removal is required, I am sold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyownEnergizer250lumen View Post
    If this could get 150kcd and 5k Lumens from W1/1.1, even if a supercharge lens removal is required, I am sold.
    5000L is certainly within reach, as the E07 is pretty much there now! 140-150kcd also seems like it could be possible based on the increased throw between W2 & W1 in the E07... but I realize this can all depend on how the W1 fits the optic. I know sometimes it doesn't work out the same for both LEDs.

    This is really an exciting light!

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    I wonder what is the reason for such lumen difference against E07?
    Both are FET based and I assumed E07 already had low electrical resistance all around.
    Optically both have TIR + AR coated glass lenses.

    Unless there was something wrong (and condsidering we're comparing Vn lights - not easy to correct) with E07 they should produce very similar output...

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    More efficient optics?

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    Is this light using a broadband, multi-coat lens and if not, is there a lens deletion option. If no delete option, is there a UCL replacement? I could look it up myself, I just don't know the size.

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    UCL lens could add like 5% output and have better tint.

    Any word on White1 performance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedraven View Post
    Any word on White1 performance?
    Same, canít wait to see those measurements so I can decide if Iíll pull the trigger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedraven View Post
    UCL lens could add like 5% output and have better tint.

    Any word on White1 performance?
    A bit less throw and much less lumen than W2...Perfect round defined hot spot too.....Yup...hard to understand.
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    Damn. So are the optics in this light larger than the MF01S? Is White2 not being an option in that light just an issue of too much hassle to center 18 leds? And are these White2s really 5400k? I remember you initially said they looked like the same 6500k W2s from earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedraven View Post
    Damn. So are the optics in this light larger than the MF01S? No much smaller. 7 LED Vs 18 LED.

    Is White2 not being an option in that light just an issue of too much hassle to center 18 leds? The LED footprints is different enough that W2s will not sit right.

    And are these White2s really 5400k? supplier say its 5400K. To my eyes 5500-6000K

    I remember you initially said they looked like the same 6500k W2s from earlier.
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    No I meant the size of each individual optic. Like is the diameter of each optic larger leading to more throw per led or same size?

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    So W1 is less throw than W2? Thatís unfortunate... :/ oh well.

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    • This light is Amazing!
    • White 2 5400K Max Turn On Perf: 7700L, 115Kcd, 678m
    • XPL2 6500K Max Turn ON Perf: 10,000L, 42Kcd, 410m


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    Yikes! This XPL2 version performance is barely shy of my ThruNite TN36UTvn. I realize this is TURN ON numbers, but the heat catches up to the TN36 quickly too. What an amazing performance to size ratio!

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    How many amps does this light draw on turbo in each LED configuration? I would like to know what IMR battery provides the most capacity while still putting out 100% of the absolute max output. Is the Golisi/Aspire 26650 with 35A power going to put out any more lumens than a 20A IMR Vapcell 26650?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyownEnergizer250lumen View Post
    How many amps does this light draw on turbo in each LED configuration? I would like to know what IMR battery provides the most capacity while still putting out 100% of the absolute max output. Is the Golisi/Aspire 26650 with 35A power going to put out any more lumens than a 20A IMR Vapcell 26650?
    Higher amp = lower internal resistance = More lumen
    I have not measured current but I also don't do this much anymore.
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    Default Re: Mateminco MT07vn - Compact High Output Thrower R

    10K lumens on a IMR Vapcell. That's some darn, crazy stuff, right there! I'm pretty sure that's a single cell record unless I'm forgetting one.

    Funny how warm the W2 looks in comparison but I'd probably go with W2 because of throw and color. This kind of performance on a single cell really makes me take a step back and think how far things have come. It's actually advanced more quickly that I would have anticipated with regards to lumen output. Throw performance took longer to advance that I anticipated but all these advancements are still amazing to me.

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    It probably pulls around 30 amps. Vinh can you look into UCL lenses for the light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedraven View Post
    Vinh can you look into UCL lenses for the light?
    +1

    Or just let us know what size it is.

    Thanks Vinh.

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    WELP. I just bought three of these bad boys in W2 variant!!! One for me, two as gifts! Canít wait to hold 8k lumens (Golisi 26650) in the palm of my hand in such a tiny compact package! The throw really sold me. Equal to D4Svn supercharged, yet almost double the lumens for only a few mm larger head... plus USB charging?! Whatís not to love?

    I came really close on multiple occasions to buying the D4Svn supercharged, and this MT07vn is similar but on steroids! Super excited for this and to share the power with others!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyownEnergizer250lumen View Post
    WELP. I just bought three of these bad boys in W2 variant!!!
    Nice! Any interesting colors or different materials? Hopefully Vinh will have one left for me when I order, haha.

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