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- Mar 17, 2006
stickying thread, cool pics
It's not hard, it's actually impossible. Laser sources sit right on the outer edge of the CiE chart, and well outside the gamut of any camera consumers can access. Because of this, the camera must approximate. And how each camera handles such extremely saturated light is a function of each camera's sensor and firmware. The best we can hope for is to shoot pics like gismo's and tell everyone that the photos "look right" compared to the live scene.Excellently done!
It's VERY hard for most cameras to pick up on such subtle wavelength differences, and yours did an excellent job.