Many thanks for the edits. I've made the requested corrections (and
have included a small technical clarification from Roger) and will
upload in a moment. The "sentence fragment" problem puzzled me as I
couldn't find it in my version, then I realized that the tool I'd used
to grab the text had also picked up the "ALT" attribute of an image
and plopped it on the page!
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, "wjj2001" <wjj2001@y...>
> Thanks for a fine and detailed report. (For those wondering, lab
> testing like this is not required, but certainly is interesting. What
> really matters is the field testing, and Ted has covered that in fine
> detail as well.)
> A few small edits. Post when ready. Thanks,
> Bill Jeffrey
> BGT Monitor
> > Product Use and Performance
> > Some general observations
> > L.E.D. (Light-Emitting Diode) headlamps now have a huge
> > over those with bulbs, in that they make a far more efficient use of
> > battery power. This in turns conserves weight, as fewer batteries
> are needed.
> ###EDIT: "This in turn conserves..."
> > room temp
> ###EDIT: Odd sentence fragment between paragraphs.
> > Out of the "lab" and on the trail!
> > It was adequate for
> > bushwhacking over rough terrain, if correctly angles,
> ###EDIT: "angled"
> > showing up any
> > sudden ledges well ahead of time, and with enough power that one
> > scan them to find the best point of ascent or descent. On this
> > setting, if I blundered off a winding trail, as I did at one point,
> > sweeping the surrounding woods was sufficient to spot a missing
> ###Comment: Probably should read "...to spot a missed blaze."
> > I tested the flashing mode. It flashes at maximum brightness;
> > the beam, because it is focussed, is rather directional.
> ###EDIT: "focused"