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Old 05-30-2008, 06:32 PM #33
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Default Re: Best lens for Blu-Ray?

as far as removing AR from acrylic lenses, just search google for "remove ar coating" and there are a tun of products for it. They don't work on glass, cause most of the products will dissolve glass. But, they're products designed to remove the coating from glasses.


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IgorT, when I tried to unscrew the locking ring, it actually stripped the slot right out of it. By that time I was frustrated, and clipped the locking ring out with a pair of small snippers. I wanted to see the extent of the AR coating inside, but effectively ruined my chances of reusing the assembly, so now I am down to 2.
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I wonder why Aixiz wont respond?
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I have a couple of collimating lenses around my work area, I think I have a glass one as well, if the lens appears clear, does this mean it is not coated or not necessarily?

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Ok.. The Aixiz glass lens is OUT for BluRay.. I sacrificed one of mine(disassembling proved to kill it), and found 3 lenses inside. ALL THREE have coating on BOTH sides..the same blue-reflecting coating.. it is no wonder they cause such a drop in power. There is most likely no practical way to remove the coating from all three of these lenses without destroying the whole assembly.

I was online thru yahoo with jake21, and his tests resulted in a 8mw(62 to70) gain by just changing to the Aixiz acrylic lens.

I hated killing the lens to get it apart, but it was only a $3 sacrifice at least :-/

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