Need help selecting the best driving light or light bar

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    Corey M

    "Our best advice is to carefully consider  these night shots as the most important specification on our site"

    Would be helpful if you didn't use a different lens/zoom on images so people could compare properly. Sure seems shady of you. like on the 50.8" vs the 40.5" ST2K bar, you clearly changed the lens or something to make it look bigger than all other sizes. Red circle as a reference to how much the lens used changed the zoom of the photo.

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    Eddie

    Morning Corey - Sorry mate I am not sure what you're getting at here? Could clarify why you feel we are being shady? This is a comparison between two of our own products - What would be the motivation on trying to mislead the customer in trying to differentiate between these two products? 

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    Corey M

    The night images are there so we can compare the lights, the shots of your larger led bars are zoomed in/different lense used on the camera making the light look even biggger in comparison if you used the same lense/zoom. Therefore comes off as shadey, thought that would be pretty obvious on why i said it. Am I wrong? Because it is a misleading comparison by changing what you did. on purpose or unitentional. Motivation, sense you asked would be to obviously make the larger led bars look even bigger in comparison to the smaller sizes. Regardless it was still purpopsly done, why would you make an unfair comparison by making the larger lights look even bigger by using a different lense? If you wanted a fair comparison you would have never done this (or changing the images if misleading was not your intentions) like with interactive slider comparison on the led bars on the buyers guide page.

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    Corey M

    If you were to open the orignal images you would see how much difference the different lense made to make the larger led nar more favourable, it's more difficult to tell with the down sized image preview in my first comment.

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