Thanks for your review hoo7h. It's not easy to see reviews with multiple pictures and a lot of details, tests. i would say it's as details as a video.
and we don't need more reviews on this LPM but hoo7h can get a pro LPM from school, that was so interesting, so why not have a try and compare...
Sorry I have made mistake on the divergence data. I have check the laser, it should be 5-8mm at 5 meters away.
Thanks for your remind:beer:
No it is an adjustable one. sorry to make you confused...use 7mm lens.
Even it's low power but still not recommend to light for a long time, under 5 minute will be good :)
We don't test the wavelength because we have a diode data file from sharp.
Thanks Paul, This is designed by Q-Line, it is a great laser factory :) will update more of their design soon :)...
Since sharp open it's 488nm laser diode source, the price drop a lot. Before I got the 488 laser, I have no idea how close the 488 with the Tiffany blue.
After I got it and soon found it's more cyan than Tiffany blue:
It is the best chance to collect 488nm laser, which i personal...
how about lasersbee you send us a free sample, i guarantee to give you a neutral 5 minutes review, compare with pocket LPM, hyperion, Ophir and other high quality LPMs :beer: We can send back to you after review.
i reply some points here:
1. the LPM is not made by me or LPS, which i have said thousands of times, if lasersbee and Encap don't want to open their ears, i have no ways on that.
2. this is not a sales/promotion thread, we have other much better ways to. it will be a tech discussion...
First of all, I really really really don't want to mention this topic because it may bring more problems to LPS again. But someone really want me to do so let's have a try.
Make short of long: Anyone wants to review the pocket LPM? :can:
Here is the story:
About half a year ago LPS...
9mm is the diameter of the whole lens component, as i can't separate the it, so don't know the exact diameter of the lens. the hole of it is 5mm. and other data i've got is: 3.6mrad, and spot size is 4mm and <20mm at 10m.
the data need to confirm, and i'm not sure if my thought is right, that...