These are the photos I'm playing with. I stuck them in coreldraw, put yellow boxes of the measured size for the container (10.25" tall, better is 9.125" to the 2L mark). Then I scaled the photo so that it'd match the boxes. That way the dimensions tool in the program would be 1:1.
I like the image on the right better - it's easier to see the marks on the bottle, and it's straighter. I get about 665mm from that one and 690mm on the left one. The left dimensions are about 6% higher than the other photo (consistently).
It's tricky to find spots that look like they might be the same distance from the camera as the marks on the bottle - and, of course, the lens might be mucking with my dimensions on the sides, etc.
The lowest I measured was 650, and the highest around 700.
Another interesting bit is that the tracks are pretty close to 50x100 mm in this orientation. Of course they're angled a little way from the camera even in the right photo, but it's pretty close.
The other dimensions get harder, but I tried to figure out the lamp lenses. Looks like those are almost 30mm. I'm not sure how to figure out the body with all it's odd angles.