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    Wilma Upgrade

    There have been beam shots of the new Wilma on here, but, as far as I can remember, none of the upgrade. The upgrade isn't quite as bright as the new one (750 lumens vs. 830 lumens) but -- at $150 -- it's quite a bit cheaper than buying a new light if you have the 350 or 420 lumen light.

    Here's the 420 lumen Wilma:



    And here is the same light head with the upgraded emitters and optics:



    I tried to aim them the same, but since I had to remove the light head to make the emitter swap (very easy, btw) it seems to be a little off. I've got bigger versions of the images on my blog.

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    nice light - pity its so expensive

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    cool. you can certainly see more in the 2nd pic.

    Another happy modding story

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    Goodaye James

    Do you have plans to review and photograph the new Nighlightning Blaast?

    Would love to see how they compare.

    Cheers,

    Iain

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawry
    Goodaye James

    Do you have plans to review and photograph the new Nighlightning Blaast?

    Would love to see how they compare.

    Cheers,

    Iain
    jawry,

    I'm working on that, so we'll see. I, too, would like to see how they compare.

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