I looked at the video, thanks.
We have the Brenner burner without the "lifting" feature; we just take the glass off, raise the wick and light it.
WADR to the video and the poster, that is NOT how we use our lantern. Having the heat that high will guarantee soot, which is exactly what one is trying to avoid. The claim that the glass is shaped that way to enable the large flame is not my experience.
We run the flame pretty low, can raise it a bit, but I would estimate that we run it only 30% of what the video shows. And get great light. And warmth.
Any pressurized mantle like the Coleman (and I have one, in my garage, of course!
) makes a lot of noise.
Mantles are questionable on boats - they tend to break when subjected to jolts.
The other type, not mentioned, are the smaller lamp wicks which are more like candles, rather than the larger wicks on the Brenner which are 3 1/4" wide and popped into the mantle in a circular position.
The other down side of making such large flames in a Brenner is that the inside of the glass becomes black, very soon.
As I mentioned earlier, lamp oil works just as well as kerosene.