tf2 spy guide

 

Meggaflash Technologies Ltd is the World's only manufacturer of Flash Bulbs

 


Annual summer vacation time shutdown take place July 7th to July 20th, 2014 inclusive.

Last shipping date before summer vacation time shutdown is Wednesday July 2, 2014.



 MEGGAFLASH BULBS FLASHBULB APPLICATIONS  REPLACEMENT FLASHBULBS

Meggaflash manufactures three main types of single use flashbulbs: PF330 Floodflash; PF200 Medium Peak; and PF300 Slow Peak. We also design and manufacture special flashbulbs for particular customer requirements. We sell flashbulbs direct to customers world-wide, and through resellers including America, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, Singapore, South Africa and Sweden.

Meggaflash flashbulbs are still being manufactured today! The flashbulb is now being put to many diverse uses: large / medium format photography; caving; high speed photography in destructive testing; explosion research; vehicle testing; aircraft engine testing; turbine testing and stage and film production, to name but a few. Check out our galleries.

Many of the well known flashbulbs such as the Sylvania Press 25, GE #5, GE#11 and Sylvania Press 40 are no longer being manufactured. However, stocks of these bulbs can still be sourced through dedicated specialist suppliers such as Cress Photo and others. Meggaflash flashbulbs meet or exceed the light output specifications for the flashbulbs mentioned above.

Camps Gulf Cave, Tennessee, lit by Meggaflash flashbulbs

Camps Gulf Cave, Tennessee, lit by Meggaflash flashbulbs Photo and text courtesy of Christopher Anderson, Darklight Imagery.

Train crossing the Sustut River Bridge at night in British Colombia using Meggaflash PF200 flashbulbs.

Train crossing the Sustut River Bridge at night in British Colombia using Meggaflash PF200 flashbulbs. Photo courtesy of © Dale Sanders of CTC Board Railroads Illustrated. Oct. 2001.

Rocket Sled travelling at 4800ft/s, photographed by Alan Sehmer of Sandia National Laboratories, using Meggaflash PF310 flashbulbs.

Rocket Sled travelling at 4800ft/s, photographed by Alan Sehmer of Sandia National Laboratories, using Meggaflash PF310 flashbulbs. Photo courtesy of Sandia National Laboratories Ó.

Meggaflash flashbulbs have been used for special effects and period effects in many film and theatre productions such as the "Ali" movie and "Phantom of the Opera".

For it's relatively small size, the humble flashbulb carries more light output power than many other portable light sources. Awesome!

Tuesday the 30th.


Company Registration number: 234912, registered in the Republic of Ireland.
Registered Office: C/o Dunaguile, College Road, Ennis, Co Clare, Rep. of Ireland.
Directors: U Heffernan; J Heffernan.