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Default Re: Co2 Laser EXPLOSION!

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Is that a 3-5 micron or 8-10 micron camera?
7.5 to 13Ám... according to Google anyway. Model i7, part of the new "low cost" line.

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I think your cooled camera is just insanely more sensitive then the Raytheon TE-cooled Bolometer based camera we had. Although I could detect a squirrel at 300 yards, we only had 7 bit grayscale. But it was 640x380 and worked great.
I seriously doubt it is actively cooled in any way. It has a run time of several hours on a single 18650. The sensor resolution is only 120x120. (Internally interpolated to 240, and interpolated again in MSpaint to 580.)

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Unless your defocused, or the grey scale settings were off, we should see some of the veins in your face, most of your facial details, and your nose should be somewhat black at 10u.
But... this is the reflection from a piece of glass. How can you expect that much detail from a substance that isn't supposed to reflect to begin with?


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That's a photo of you? You look like you could be the guy who takes Death himself across the river Styx.
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Default Re: Co2 Laser EXPLOSION!

I'd have thought the optical properties of the target would have been investigated more thoroughly before the experiment was conducted. Enjoy carefully!
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