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    Do the Germans build the brightest bike lights?

    Siams new light: 20V-40V, 75A, 165000 lumen
    Do the Germans build the brightest bike lights?-iso800.jpg
    thread and on youtube

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    is that a mercury lamp on a mountain bike?
    I WANT TO BUY YOUR MAGICSHINE LIGHTS! Working or not.

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    Whoa, a bit overkill there...
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    Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 10/100 second ===> 1/10 second ===> 0.1 second
    Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 20/10 ===> /2
    Exposure Program = manual control (1)
    ISO Speed Ratings = 800

    WAYYYYYY overexposed. Probably just a MS 900 or similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKruahnndon
    is that a mercury lamp on a mountain bike?
    It's a booster rocket from the shuttle, now that they are shutting down the program they are trying to get rid of surplus parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryank930
    Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 10/100 second ===> 1/10 second ===> 0.1 second
    Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 20/10 ===> ƒ/2
    Exposure Program = manual control (1)
    ISO Speed Ratings = 800

    WAYYYYYY overexposed. Probably just a MS 900 or similar.
    Unless you failed to add some smileys, tehn all I can say is: Gives us all a break.

    ISO 800, F2, 0.10 s is equivalent to ISO100, F4, 3.2s, so below the mtbr forum standard, also just below the IBC forum standard. If you really think that's "just a MS 900" then you're crazy. Read the thread. Sure, it's in German but if you don't read German you can try it through google or just watch the pictures.

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    for what I know,
    it's definitely over 10000 lumen,
    below 2000w,
    and under 8 lbs.
    possible to helmet mount,
    with heat shield, reaching 1600 Celsius temperature,
    incinerates stray moth, mosquitoes, and other insects in mid air,...
    sunglasses required
    maybe some day, I'll do a LED version,...
    cheers, Rob

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    This is a 1'500 W over 100'000 lumens "bike light"

    Siam's thread on CPF (English)

    Probably just a MS 900 or similar
    .. side to side with MS

    incinerates stray moth, mosquitoes, and other insects in mid air,...
    .. and green leaves catch fire if you stop for too long (watch at 1:20)

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    Siam's LED light

    He did it again - this time the LED-way ...

    7 x 7 XM-L

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    the irony is, he has all that light and the video was on a fire road Certainly technically impressive and an interesting insight into "what if..?". Having that soft shell 8S?P li-po pack in a backpack would thoroughly scare the $hit out of me though.

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    Is it me or does it sound like he's running along pushing a shopping trolley?

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