The vibrationally mediated photodissociation dynamics of HF and DF, following electronic excitation, are examined using time-dependent wave packet techniques. Predictions of the branching fraction for the formation of excited state fluorine, are made for a wide range of excitation energies and for the initial vibrational states 2, and 3. The preceding article (Ref. 33) discusses the underlying theory and presents results for photodissociation from the ground vibrational state The calculated branching fraction for HF photodissociation from the vibrational state agrees well with the value of measured experimentally at 193.3 nm by Zhang et al. [J. Chem. Phys. 104, 7027 (1996)]. The results are discussed in context with the corresponding results for HCl and DCl.