...And there was light. There was still nothing, but at least we could see it a whole lot better...

Share

Moonshiner Video Lights

The Moonshiner-4

  • Previous
  • Next
    • Side view of MoonShiner-4.1
    • Side view of MoonShiner-4.1
    • MoonShiner-4.1 Sitting on a LswBatt while switched on
    • MoonShiner-4.1 Sitting on a LswBatt while switched on
    • MoonShiner-4.1 Sitting on an LswBatt
    • MoonShiner-4.1 Sitting on an LswBatt
    • MoonShiner-4.1 With Goodman Handel
    • MoonShiner-4.1 With Goodman Handel
    • Back of MoonShiner-4.1 sitting on an LswBatt
    • Back of MoonShiner-4.1 sitting on an LswBatt

MoonShiner-4 Video and Photography Light

The MoonShiner-4 is high powered light designed with cave videography and photography in mind. 

Specification:
Hermetically sealed casing, featuring the ArcEye cave safe cable system - no vulnerable cables or moving parts enter the casing

Body machined from solid delrin engineering plastic

Neoprene gasket seal

Polycarbonate screen with scratch resistant coating

Aluminium heatsink

Four fully regulated high powered cree xp-g leds (warm white or ultrabright cool white options available)

Thermal overload protection.

Goodman Handle

Sporting a comfortable goodman handle, leaving your hand free to work with.

The MoonShiner-7

  • MoonShiner-7 Prototype

MoonShiner-7 Video and Photography Light

The MoonShiner-7 is an ultra high powered light designed with cave videography and photography in mind. 

Specification:

Hermetically sealed casing, featuring the ArcEye cave safe cable system - no vulnerable cables or moving parts enter the casing

Body machined from solid delrin engineering plastic

Neoprene gasket seal

Polycarbonate screen with scratch resistant coating

Three lens options: Wide, Medium and Spot

Anodised aluminium heatsink
Fully dimmable flicker free operation - giving it the flexibility to be used for close up video and photography
Integrated magnetic sliding switch (no moving parts enter the casing)
Seven high powered cree xp-g leds (warm white or ultrabright cool white options available)

Full thermal managment with automatic dimming to the best possible brightness, allowing extended trouble free high power use when required

 

Goodman Handle

Sporting a comfortable goodman handle, leaving your hand free to work with.

    • Delving into the Dark practice weekend
    • Apr 23 10:16AM
    • A practice trip took place over the weekend of 8th-10th of March in preparation for the upcoming Delving into the Dark event organised by the SUI. The trip was a great success and the SUI would like to thank all the volunteers who attended the weekend, special thanks to Alex […]
    • Vision-impaired thrill-seekers sought for Delving into the Dark experience
    • Apr 23 9:42AM
    • Delving Into the Dark application form A unique opportunity is in store for thrill-seekers living with a visual impairment, as Ireland’s national governing body for caving prepares to hold a ‘try-caving’ event in one of the country’s most spectacular underground-exploration regions, the Burren, Co. Clare. The Speleological Union of Ireland […]
    • SUI Fracking Information Document Updated
    • Apr 16 2:23PM
    • The SUI documentation on Fracking has been updated to consider the negative consequences of using non-renewable fossil fuels on the environment as part of the Fracking process. The updated documentation can be read below. https://caving.ie/publications/fracking-information/ All public SUI documents can be read under the Publications section. https://caving.ie/publications/
    • SUI Awarded GSI Geopark Funding
    • Apr 3 2:40PM
    • The SUI is proud to announce that we have been awarded funding to assist in conservation and development of caving areas from the GSI. We would like to thank Matthew Parkes (SUI Librarian) for attending the GSI Awards at the Geopark Forum 2019, to accept the award on behalf of […]
    • Passing of Nicky Johnson of Aillwee Cave
    • Feb 21 9:20PM
    • Nicky Johnson of Aillwee Cave Visitor Centre and long time member of SUI passed away on Tuesday following a short illness. Nicky was well known to cavers all over Ireland and further afield and will be greatly missed. A funeral service will be held on on Friday February 22 at […]