You are probably right in your assumptions, I was just stating that that less is sometimes more, or maybe more isn't always more, or maybe more is less
It may have to do with preserving the leds themselves. I really don't know. best thing to do is some comparison testing, can you turn some of the leds on and off at different times?
Yes, that is my whole point. In this case more is more.
On the front of the bubble package that the cam is wrapped in it states "MULTI FLASH MODE" and on the back it states as follows "Multi-Flash Settings (Low/Med/High) Adjust flash power for different setups to conserve battery power where applicable."
This is not that huge of a deal. I'm just sayin to Bushnell to let the customer
decide whether to go for full light output or battery life. It's like a hotrodder buying a car that has 320 horsepower but the manufacture says you can use the 320 HP only at stop lights (picture mode) and when you start moving (video mode) it automatically cuts back to 240 HP. What fun is that?