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Old December 6th, 2010, 10:26 PM   #1
 
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Olight SR50 outdoor pictures review,more than 100 pictures

These pictures were taken by ethen from shoudian.com, Thanks for him hard work , if you want copy the picture , please contact him .

SR50 Intimidator Flashlights



Specification

LED: Luminus SST-50

Materials: Aircraft grade aluminum with black type III hard anodized finish.

Output and runtime:

Two brightness levels and strobe mode

High mode: 800 Lumens / 1.5 Hours,

Low mode: 200 Lumens / 10 Hours

Strobe: 10 Hz / 3 Hours

Battery: 6 x CR123A batteries or RCR123A(Runtime will reduce)

Dimension: Length 185mm/7.28

Bezel diameter 63mm / 2.48

Weight: 396g / 13.97oz (Excluding batteries)

Accessories: Includes one holster, one lanyard, two o-ring, one operator's manual

Color: Black



Features

Max output 800 Lumens

Smooth reflector offers max 700 Meters long throw

Excellent tridimensional heat dissipation ability

Easy touching side switch for turning on/off the light and transferring modes

Access to strobe directly

Auto-memorize level used last time.

Mil-spec: MIL-STD-810F

Highly water resistant to IPX-8

Anti-shattering ultra clear lens, anti-scratching, anti-slip function.

Tough and rugged body with noblest knurling offering firmly grip

Stand firmly on tail for releasing your hand when in illumination.

Relatively portable size for easy carry and grip with super power

Operation

Presses the side button switch to active the lights.

A fast double press will active 10Hz strobe.
Press and hold the side switch for 3 seconds will transfer the mode.



Package













































a flashlight , one holster, one lanyard, two o-ring, one operator's manual



III hard anodized , Compact and portable handheld design



Good quality

SST-50 LED

lanyard hole

tailcaps

Powered by 6*Cr123A batteries or 6*16340 batteries , not support 3*18650 battery . Recently there have a good news that Olight company was redesign this light and can support 2*18650 batteries, and it will release this month .











Nice SMO Reflector , and nice beamshot











Size compare

Reflector



lens and O-ring













Switch







mode Right: high mode

High

Low





Left: Olight SR50 sst-50 Right: Ultrafire C8 MCE

Left: Olight SR50 sst-50 Right: Ultrafire C8 MCE

Left: Olight SR50 sst-50 Right: Ultrafire C8 MCE

Left: Olight SR50 sst-50 Right: Ultrafire C8 MCE

Left: Olight SR50 sst-50 Right: Ultrafire C8 MCE

Left: Olight SR50 sst-50 Right: Ultrafire C8 MCE

30meters Low

30meters High

100meters low

100meters High



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