on Polish history forum one of the users, nicknamed after a great Polish warrior of the XVII century Hieronim Lubomirski, provided a link historycy.org byczyna to a fragment of the 1980s Polish TV series titled 'Kanclerz' (the Chancellor) where this intesting battle Polish-Hungarian-German has been depicted - here is the link - Byczyna
Please do note this is a TV film and it does have all the shortcomings of such non-historic media presentation, with all the multiple faults and omissions present, i.e. too short lancers, winged hussars charging as if a mob of hunters and steeplechasers etc. But it offers a feeling of how winged hussars, post-Stephen Bathory reforms, might have looked, and the foggy nature of the weather in the film is a nice attempt to show the actual conditions of the Byczyna battle. Actually this film, made at the end of the Soviet Poland is not a bad work, and perhaps not as puffed up as a period work by one Polish film director who did 'slaughter' Sienkiewicz's 'With Fire and Sword.' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/With_Fire_and_Sword wiki/With_Fire_and_Sword film
This was one of the more curious battles of the Polish XVI century warfare, but for now please let me leave it at that.
The image above - some time ago I showed some very old drawings of mine here, one of them old-watercolor-pen-ink-old I was intended to show Polish pancerny (medium cavalry) of the Deluge en.wikipedia.org Deluge history and King Jan III Sobieski's era, and today I had some time and so I worked on the old drawing (ink and watercolor) with GIMP and MyPaint. I hope the results are evident - although more work remains to be done - :)
ps You can view the clip at Kadrinazi's blog as well kadrinazi.blogspot.com husaria byczyna