Just a grab-bag of what I had handy. I did two images each. One pointing slightly down, one more upright. All at F8, 8 seconds, ISO 100 and 'daylight' white balance. Camera is tripod mounted.

Note point of aim isn't exact here. Also, the M6 is hand held (and farther back) since I didn't have an convenient way to mount it.

Surefire G2 (fresh batteries), "down". As in the other thread, I struggled to get a reasonable compromise in terms of not over-saturating the brighter lights. As a result, the G2 looks a bit weak, but this seemed the best compromise.



Surefire G2, "up":



Dinotte 200L AA, "down":



Dinotte 200L AA, "up":



Surefire M6, "down":



Surefire M6, "up":



Stryker, wide reflector, "down":



Stryker, normal reflector, "down":



Stryker, wide reflector, "up":



Stryker, normal reflector, "up":