Eric Shelton on Rail-mounted Lights

I’ve expressed my skepticism. The following video by Eric Shelton provides his arguments for.  And while I am not completely convinced, I think he provides some good reasoning for the case of having one.

The conclusion that I’ve come too, is that there may in fact be enough ambient diffusion of light, so long as the light in use is not a very focused narrow beam.

PS – Eric, I want to attest to the fact that I wasn’t one of those morons in scouting always shining flash lights into people’s eyes.

PPS – I think it’d be interesting to see one of the light manufacturers come up with a gimbaled lens that would retain horizontal focus from point down to level.

Published in: on December 13, 2010 at 9:33 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. Eric, nice vid. A light makes a huge difference.

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