H K,KimH K,Kim1.The HL50 has a nice firm button, that gives a nice audible click when you press it. One quick press turns it on and allows you to scroll through any of the three primary modes. A long press turns it off. To access burst mode, you'll need to press and hold. When you let go, burst mode ends. As I used the light I found that the High mode on an eneloop (at close to 200 lumens) was plenty enough brightness and I never had to use burst mode.
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2.The HL50's beam doesn't look appreciably different from other XM-L or XM-L2 lights in this class. The medium sized hotspot is well focused and its tint is slightly yellow hue on my sample. A soft corona surrounds the bright hotspot and the spill beam is clean with no artifacts. The overall beam profile is good. The beam has a typical warm tint which you can not tell above, due to the auto white balance. My review sample is actually neutral white in tint.
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Ultra compact design and powered by CR123Abattery, the 2-meter submersible all-weather HL50 headlamp helps you reach new heights in your outdoor adventures. The Fenix HL50 headlamp features 365 lumens neutral white output and the ability to use either CR123Aor AA batteries. You can also pop the lighting head out for handheld or keychain use with the always-ready HL50.