Will sure do, :-) will also read more on the nichia emitters, all I know about those are that they are a bit pricey? I'm also looking for quality neutral lights as those are more favored when examining mucus linings and stuff of my patients. Thanks for the idea!
I took some comparative beam shots, between the Thrunite T10 and T10 2014 - Neutral, in this link (below):
(Please see Post #1915).
I would strongly recommend the Thrunite T10 (2014 Edition) - in Neutral tint. I think it would serve you well, in your field.
Another possibility would be the Eagletac D25 AAA Mini - which is available in the Nichia 219 version, at about the same price as the Thrunite (Under $30.00 US). The output won't be as high, but I don't think that would be an issue, if you're assessing patients. The color accuracy on a 219 tint is incredible; but the neutral tint of the Thrunite lights is also very respectable (and it's a three-mode).
Here's a link to the technical spec's on the Eagletac D25 AAA Mini:
The out-the-front output rating on this light is only 68 lumens (It's not adjustable - just the one output); but you'd be surprised at how useful this can be, close-up, where color accuracy matters.
Here's a link to the Thrunite T10 (2014 Edition):
I'm a big fan of Eagletac lights. I think their build quality and dependability are both excellent. Eagletac make bigger lights that also have the Nichia 219 emitter, but they're considerably more expensive.
But if you're considering the Zebralight, I think the tints will be very similar, between, it, and the Thrunite, and the Zebralight is extremely user-programmable, aside from being plenty powerful, for a light of its size - which is why I want one :-)