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diver-hloc

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Aunoc Dive Light Review
« on: 12 Aug 13, 19:21 »
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  • Aunoc 1CR

    Courtesy Loan from Aunoc

    Website - http://www.aunoc.com/

    Detail
    * Size - 70mm (Length) x 23mm (Front) x 23mm (Rear)
    * Weight (with batteries) - 70g
    * Battery Type - 1x CR123/CR123A
    * Switch Type - Twisty



    Beam Test


    Distance between Light and Curtain - 7.2m
    Width of livingroom (wall to wall) - 3.3m

    Beam Test


    Distance between Light to Wall - 2.2m
    Masking Tape - Black line to black line (1m)

    Camera Setting
    * Camera - Canon Powershot A650IS
    * Mode - Manual Mode
    * Aperture - f4
    * Shutter - 1/2 Sec

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    This tiny little light is surprisingly light and powerful (for its size). Easy to carry around and use. The only issue I had with this light is the battery used... a not so cheap CR123/CR123A battery that is available at most camera shop. Deal Extreme does sell a rechargeable version of CR123 batteries.   
    « Last Edit: 12 Aug 13, 19:25 by diver-hloc »
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    Re: Aunoc Dive Light Review
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  • Aunoc 310

    Courtesy Loan from Aunoc

    Website - http://www.aunoc.com/

    Detail
    * Size - 181mm (Length) x 43mm (Front) x 85mm (Rear)
    * Weight (with batteries) - 610g
    * Battery Type - 10x AA
    * Switch Type - Magnetic Twisty knot



    Beam Test


    Distance between Light and Curtain - 7.2m
    Width of livingroom (wall to wall) - 3.3m

    Beam Test


    Distance between Light to Wall - 2.2m
    Masking Tape - Black line to black line (1m)

    Camera Setting
    * Camera - Canon Powershot A650IS
    * Mode - Manual Mode
    * Aperture - f4
    * Shutter - 1/2 Sec

    Personal Info
    Nice 'throwing' light that is suitable for most dive... Have a built on handle for holding, and there are also 2 hold drill onto the handle at 2 location to enable you to mount a Ball Joint for mounting the light onto your camera setup. Using 10 AA battery could be abit too much for some diver to carry around on flight...  :P
    « Last Edit: 12 Aug 13, 19:25 by diver-hloc »
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    Re: Aunoc Dive Light Review
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  • Aunoc 86 (video light)

    Courtesy Loan from Aunoc

    Website - http://www.aunoc.com/

    Detail
    * Size - 114mm (Length) x 80mm (Front) x 80mm (Rear)
    * Weight (with batteries) - 500g
    * Battery Type - 6x AA
    * Switch Type - Magnetic Twisty knot



    Beam Test


    Distance between Light and Curtain - 7.2m
    Width of livingroom (wall to wall) - 3.3m

    Beam Test


    Distance between Light to Wall - 2.2m
    Masking Tape - Black line to black line (1m)

    Camera Setting
    * Camera - Canon Powershot A650IS
    * Mode - Manual Mode
    * Aperture - f4
    * Shutter - 1/2 Sec

    Personal Info
    From a distance... look like a sliver color Inon Strobe Light.  :P

    As the name suggested... this is a video light that was meant to be mounted onto a photo/video camera setup (that why it has a built-in 1" Ball Joint). The light is good and powerful and produce no halo at all. The only issue I had with this light is how difficult it is to load and replace battery... as shown below...

    1# - There is basically 3 parts... LED Emitter Body, Battery Case, Switch Back Plate


    #2 - As you can see... the wire is rather fragile and should it break... you be in trouble.


    #3 - The battery case MUST go in first before you arrange the wires


    #4 - Then the wires (with connector) are arrange on top of the battery case... make sure the screw and screw threads are lined up properly...


    #5 - Fully Closed...
    « Last Edit: 12 Aug 13, 19:26 by diver-hloc »
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