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Old 01-24-2011, 11:28 PM   #11
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:39 PM   #12
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:40 PM   #13
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Wait so whats better; lumens or candela power?

lumens and candelas measure two different things

candela is the luminous intensity or total power output in light

a lumen is the luminous flux, or the power outputted over a specific area
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If a source emits a known luminous intensity Iv (in candelas) in a well-defined cone, the total luminous flux F in lumens is given by
F = Iv × 2π × (1 - cos(A/2)), where A is the radiation angle of the lamp—the full vertex angle of the emission cone. For example, a lamp that emits 590 cd with a radiation angle of 40° emits about 223 lumens
If the source emits light uniformly in all directions, the flux can be found by multiplying the intensity by 4π: a uniform 1 candela source emits 12.6 lumens.
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Old 01-25-2011, 12:05 PM   #16
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I knew it was only a matter of time before the thread title changed lol. I was going to post IBTFleshlighttitlechange.

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I'm guessing devices like that are what airline pilots are especially nervous about
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I am a huge Streamlight fan and owner. I would recommend all of there products.

I have:

-Stinger LED with an upgraded C4 bulb - insanely bright, great light!
-Strion LED - very bright, nice compact size
-Survivor - its been thru hell and back, but keeps on working, 11 years old. Original bulb, replaced the battery once.
-Vantage LED - bright, nice compact size, its not rechargeable tho.
-Stylus Pro LED - i keep on me everyday - amazing light, very bright for its size.
-LED Nano - i got free at a conference, never really use it.

all of them are awesome lights. I have not come across a Streamlight product that i did not like.
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I am a huge Streamlight fan and owner. I would recommend all of there products.

I have:

-Stinger LED with an upgraded C4 bulb - insanely bright, great light!
-Strion LED - very bright, nice compact size
-Survivor - its been thru hell and back, but keeps on working, 11 years old. Original bulb, replaced the battery once.
-Vantage LED - bright, nice compact size, its not rechargeable tho.
-Stylus Pro LED - i keep on me everyday - amazing light, very bright for its size.
-LED Nano - i got free at a conference, never really use it.

all of them are awesome lights. I have not come across a Streamlight product that i did not like.
MAGLITE for the win!

Anyway, @stickshifty what front bumper is that in your sig car? Is it the stock GT? Cause I want that front black lip part if I get the GT bumper, but it doesn't look stock to me... Thanks
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