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Bigblue 3800-Lumen Wide/Narrow Dual Beam Dive Light

BH #BIVTL3800P • MFR #VTL3800P
Bigblue 3800-Lumen Wide/Narrow Dual Beam Dive Light
Key Features
  • Depth Rating: 328'
  • 380/950/1900/3800 Lumens Flood Beam
  • 1200-Lumen Spot Beam
  • 100-Lumen Red Light
The 3800-Lumen Wide/Narrow Dual Beam Dive Light from Bigblue is three lights in one: a bright, four-stage flood beam for shooting video; a narrow, focused spot beam for long-range illumination or lighting up nooks and crannies, and a red light for staging photos or videos. Powered by a rechargeable 32650 battery, this anodized aluminum alloy dive light has a tempered glass window and is controlled by a single side-mounted push-button switch. Seven white XML LEDs deliver brightness levels of 380, 950, 1900, or 3800 lumens of flood-beam white light and 1200 lumens on the spot-beam setting, while two XPE LEDs produce 100 lumens of red light. The white light is a cool 6500K, but a removable yellow filter is included for a warmer hue. Also included: a ball joint for mounting, a dry bag, and a charger for the 32650.
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Bigblue VTL3800P Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Light Performance
  • 3Switching
  • 4Construction Details

The 3800-Lumen Wide/Narrow Dual Beam Dive Light from Bigblue is three lights in one: a bright, four-stage flood beam for shooting video; a narrow, focused spot beam for long-range illumination or lighting up nooks and crannies, and a red light for staging photos or videos. Powered by a rechargeable 32650 battery, this anodized aluminum alloy dive light has a tempered glass window and is controlled by a single side-mounted push-button switch. Seven white XML LEDs deliver brightness levels of 380, 950, 1900, or 3800 lumens of flood-beam white light and 1200 lumens on the spot-beam setting, while two XPE LEDs produce 100 lumens of red light. The white light is a cool 6500K, but a removable yellow filter is included for a warmer hue. Also included: a ball joint for mounting, a dry bag, and a charger for the 32650.

Light Performance

  • Flood beam: 380, 950, 1900, 3800 lumens
  • Spot beam: 1200 lumens
  • Red light: 100 lumens
  • 120° flood beam, 10° red beam
  • White light color temperature: 6500K
  • Seven XNL white LEDs, two XPE red LEDs
  • Runtime: 1.5-15 hours

Switching

  • Side-mounted push buttom
  • Controls on/off, cycles through settings

Construction Details

  • Anti-corrosive anodized aluminum alloy housing
  • Tempered glass window
  • Removable yellow filter for warmer light
  • Rechargeable 32650 Li-ion battery and charger
  • Ball joint for mounting
  • Lanyard and dry bag
  • Measures 5.5 x 2.2"
  • Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Bouyancy: -7.2 ounces

Bigblue VTL3800P Specs

Light
Illumination Source7 x White LED
2 x Red LED
Lumen OutputFlood Mode: 380/950/1900/3800 Lumens
Spot Mode: 1200 Lumens
Red Mode: 100 Lumens
Beam AngleFlood Mode: 120°
Spot Mode: 10°
Color Temperature6500K
Environmental
Depth Rating328' / 100 m
BuoyancyNegative: 7.3 oz / 205 g
General
Battery1 x 32650 Lithium-Ion (Included)
 • Flood Mode: 1.5-Hour Runtime at 3800 Lumens
 • Flood Mode: 3-Hour Runtime at 1900 Lumens
 • Flood Mode: 6-Hour Runtime at 950 Lumens
 • Flood Mode: 15-Hour Runtime at 380 Lumens
ConstructionAluminum
Dimensions5.5 x 2.2" / 14.1 x 5.6 cm
Weight15.2 oz / 432 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.56 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.4 x 8.85 x 5.3"

Bigblue VTL3800P Reviews

Solid build, nauseating color quality

By Matthew
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-26

This light seems well built and high-quality, removable battery is a big plus, great lumens per dollar ratio. However compared to my SeaLife dive light, the color quality is really quite awful. It's extremely cool even by LED standards, and overall a very unnatural spectrum. Think 1980s fluorescent lighting. There is a warm filter you can snap on but (A) it seems like it would get knocked off very easily and (B) while it changes the color temperature it seems to make the spectrum even more unnatural looking. Haven't filmed with it yet but it works fine as a dive light. One other thought is the goodman glove attaches with just a single, very short screw...if you use that I would consider tossing on some Loctite at very least.

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