I've used this MG XPG R5 450 lumen OP reflector for several weeks now. So far I like the flashlight although at 450 lumens, I think it a little on the dimmer side to use as a stand alone primary light. The beam it cast is more of a throw when comparing to a MS900 and yet, it has a throw which I think the P7 flashlight is lagging. So it kinda of a combination of the two. I do find it very useful to combine the MG XPG R5 light with a floodier light such as the MS to get a pretty good beam. Since there's been little post regarding a beamshot of the light, I took the time to capture some picture of that light in comparison with some other common light and also some interesting combination setup.
I used some garbage can as a target at a park. They are 50ft from the camera. The tree behind them is 100ft away. There were some ambient light from the surrounding light in the park where I took these so I will include that picture. All picture had fix aperature, shutter and ISO. Those info are included in the pictures. All lights where using AW 2600 mah batteries that were charged to 4.19v on a Pila charger.
For those who has a P7 or MS900, I think adding this MG P Rocket XP-G R5 is a good to get some more lights in the distant.
Here is the scene during the daytime shot:
Here is the ambient surrounding light of the area:
Here is the P7 on high
MS900 on high
MG P Rocket XPG R5 OP reflector cool white
P7 aim low and MG P Rocket aim high
MS900 aim low and MG P Rocket aim high