Led Lenser Torches for night birding

To: brian fleming <>
Subject: Led Lenser Torches for night birding
From: "Valentine, Peter" <>
Date: Sat, 19 May 2012 18:01:31 -0700
Another LED spotlight brand which is available in Australia is Eagletac. This 
has brilliant light (maximum output 800 lumens in the M3C4 model) and long 
lasting rechargeable batteries and also has filters that can be added to 
protect wildlife eyes (red filter good for mammal spotlighting). For 
spotlighting at maximum output, high visibility goes out to 200 metres or more. 
Such a great bit of kit (very light, like a household torch) comes at a price. 
I use the M3C4 model. It has a variable power output adjustment. Available from 
the LED Torchshop:

My old 12 volt battery pack, harness and big spotlight now languishes in the 
workshop, unloved and unused.

Peter Valentine

On 20/05/2012, at 9:27 AM, brian fleming wrote:

> On 19/05/2012 9:25 PM, Steve Potter wrote:
>> I Folks,
>> I went night birding in Singapore last week and used a "Led Lenser" LED
>> torch which blew me away how powerful it was.
>> It was very bright, small and had a ridiculous beam length for its size. I
>> can't remember the model but I wish to get one here.
>> Has anyone had any experience with these and can recommend an available
>> model??
>> Cheers
>> Steve Potter
>> p. 0407398234
>> e. 
> I use a Led Lenser head torch which has beam continuous spread and power 
> control; not as powerful as the P7 which from memory has only a couple 
> of power settings but does have spread control.
> The latest model is more powerful and when released I think it came as a 
> package with a penlight torch for about $120.
> Aussie Disposals carry them.
> Brian Fleming
> Melbourne
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