Comparison Shot: Lowest Lume vs. Highest Lume

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    Comparison Shot: Lowest Lume vs. Highest Lume

    While taking shots of my collection, I put the Trainmaster L&I next to the EMII Classic. The L&I has a T25 rating but, in reality, probably is close to 10 millicurie. The Classic has a T100 rating and it the brightest Ball I've encountered to date.



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    Re: Comparison Shot: Lowest Lume vs. Highest Lume

    HOLY COW!

    That is some cool LUME!

    Can't wait to see the Night Train!

    Thanks for posting!!!
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    Re: Comparison Shot: Lowest Lume vs. Highest Lume

    Wow great shot and nice comparison!

    How would you say the EMII Classic compares with the HC Classic II (with the larger tubes but lower millicurie rating)? Would it be something like: EMII is brighter but smaller tubes, and the HC has large very visible tubes but is generally dimmer?
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    Re: Comparison Shot: Lowest Lume vs. Highest Lume

    Quote Originally Posted by imtrbo View Post
    Wow great shot and nice comparison!

    How would you say the EMII Classic compares with the HC Classic II (with the larger tubes but lower millicurie rating)? Would it be something like: EMII is brighter but smaller tubes, and the HC has large very visible tubes but is generally dimmer?
    Yes, I would. The EMII Classic seems crisper too. I just got the Hydrocarbon Classic II today and am surprised that it's not a little brighter. In the pitch dark, the EMII Classic and the Mad Cow are easiest to quickly read the time.

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    Re: Comparison Shot: Lowest Lume vs. Highest Lume

    Quote Originally Posted by roberev View Post
    Yes, I would. The EMII Classic seems crisper too. I just got the Hydrocarbon Classic II today and am surprised that it's not a little brighter. In the pitch dark, the EMII Classic and the Mad Cow are easiest to quickly read the time.

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    Thanks, very informative, and that's the feeling I got from your other post with all your Balls too.
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