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Cool 445, 473, ML Argon, 532, 640, 635, 660

It's amazing how much different wavelengths look when they're side by side. ML argon and 473 make 445 look violet, and 473 makes ML argon look green, and ML argon makes 473 look like 445 - it's crazy!

And because I couldn't resist going overboard, I threw in all my other wavelengths too (And a combined yellow cos I can








Lasers are 445, 473 then ML argon.


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Great pictures!!! Where is the 405?
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I thought ML argons would be much brighter than a slightly overspec 10mW 473, is that the camera or...?
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That's just way too stunning.

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I thought ML argons would be much brighter than a slightly overspec 10mW 473, is that the camera or...?
The 473 is actually doing about 30mW+, and the ML argon about the same. It's a very high hour tube (6K+), and it took about 10 minutes to get it to start for that pic!

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nice, nice! so many colors. can i offer a 40mw 405 pen? i know you're in oz and all.
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fake yellow lol. you can notice the mix of green and red
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Awsome pic love the colours.
Whats that on the ironing board?, and what's the wavelength of the green emmiter on top?
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Blue is definitely my favorite lassr color. Are 473s hard to get/expensive?
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Aye, what he said ^ They're not hard to get, they're openly available, (unlike SOME wavelengths I want -.-) however they are moderately expensive.

They're certainly going down in price, you can probably get a full unit for around $300-400 these days, expect anywhere between 20mW and 90mW in that range. If you want lab units those ones on feebay are decent low powered ones, if you want higher powered ones lasever has some sweet labbies at reasonable prices ($/mW).
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Great photo's!

I think the teal of the Argon 488nm is my favorite color.
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Yeah definitely mee too.
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That "yellow" looks weird are all combined beam yellow lasers like that?
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Nah, it's because my alignment is slightly out, and the red beam is a little larger than the green.
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