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CDBEAM777

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Paul...Great poem...Perfect visual...Outstanding Optic !!!


And....finally....A " Bonus " Stanza for the " Ode to the Photon Road !!!
:eg::eg::eg:


"Flashlights and Lasers abound, both make me jump off the ground...

Photons get me off my duff, Just can't get enough of that funky stuff....

Coherent or incoherent, White, Black or all the colors in between...just luv that beam..."

CDBEAM
 
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Looks cool, wonder what the beam would look like.

I like flashlights too, I'm a Thrunite fan as I own few Thrunite flashies. I have been watching this guy for a very long time, still deciding to buy it or not:
https://www.amazon.com/ThruNite-Lumen-Flashlight-Powered-Batteries/dp/B01L75AINK/ref=pd_ybh_a_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=MS8491EAHHHBZS2T446H

Its one of the best throwers in the world, with about 1.5 miles throw, (according to reviewers) this thing is kinda like a laser haha.
Wow...that Thrunite is a beast...and 200 bucks..No wonder it is such a Thrower.
I still am liking the EC50 Gen III @ 3850 LM !! Very, Very close to an EDC....but....a Volcano of Light out the business end !! And UBS port charging...that is very welcome !

Beam Out :san:
 
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Acebeam makes an interesting small 25,000 lumen searchlight @$299 runs on 4X18650 X80|AceBeam®-Official Site

"The all-new Acebeam X80 is a trailblazing "soda can" sized flashlight designed to protect and serve forensic, emergency rescue and searching personnel. Twelve CREE XHP50.2 emitters deliver an unprecedented flood of up to 25,000 lumens of white light to 332 meters, while CREE XPE2 and Nichia emitters produce pure red, green, blue and ultra-violet light for specialist applications"
 

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I've got WL lenscap for Arctic using this principle when I made a deal with them (I got full Spyder collection with significant discount). However the laser is too strong for continuous use as flashlight. But it is definitely interesting to experiment with it. In projectors what I've seen for large powers they have a rotating disc to allow the surface to cool down after laser hit. Still more interesting are RGB projectors emitting coherent light directly.

Anyway here you can see the projector scheme using phosphorus disc:

Source: Click on the pic.

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Here the link to the other technology (if I've found correct article):
Sony 4K RGB Laser Projector at CinemaCon 2017 - AVSForum.com
 
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Looks cool, wonder what the beam would look like.

I like flashlights too, I'm a Thrunite fan as I own few Thrunite flashies. I have been watching this guy for a very long time, still deciding to buy it or not:
https://www.amazon.com/ThruNite-Lumen-Flashlight-Powered-Batteries/dp/B01L75AINK/ref=pd_ybh_a_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=MS8491EAHHHBZS2T446H

Its one of the best throwers in the world, with about 1.5 miles throw, (according to reviewers) this thing is kinda like a laser haha.
Oh yeah the TN42 is a beast!! CPFselfbuilt did a review on that a while back and it has one of the highest (CD) rating of any single emitter light still I believe, I love my TN40 but I’m so afraid that one day the Battery will crap out and Thrunite quit selling that Battery pack for some strange reason!


Acebeam makes an interesting small 25,000 lumen searchlight @$299 runs on 4X18650 X80|AceBeam®-Official Site

"The all-new Acebeam X80 is a trailblazing "soda can" sized flashlight designed to protect and serve forensic, emergency rescue and searching personnel. Twelve CREE XHP50.2 emitters deliver an unprecedented flood of up to 25,000 lumens of white light to 332 meters, while CREE XPE2 and Nichia emitters produce pure red, green, blue and ultra-violet light for specialist applications"
I really like acebeam, they’re making some bad a$$ lights lately, I’m trying to decide if I want the K65 or the K30. I couldn’t imagine the X80 though, 25K lumens of flood right in your face :D

Wow...that Thrunite is a beast...and 200 bucks..No wonder it is such a Thrower.
I still am liking the EC50 Gen III @ 3850 LM !! Very, Very close to an EDC....but....a Volcano of Light out the business end !! And UBS port charging...that is very welcome !

Beam Out :san:
A good friend of mine has the older version with 2000 lumens and it feels so solid, his has the XHP35 HI which throws further than the new one with the XHP70.2 but with 1850 more lumens I’d rather have the Gen III :D

I've got WL lenscap for Arctic using this principle when I made a deal with them (I got full Spyder collection with significant discount). However the laser is too strong for continuous use as flashlight. But it is definitely interesting to experiment with it. In projectors what I've seen for large powers they have a rotating disc to allow the surface to cool down after laser hit. Still more interesting are RGB projectors emitting coherent light directly.

Anyway here you can see the projector scheme using phosphorus disc:

Source: Click on the pic.

Edit:
Here the link to the other technology (if I've found correct article):
Sony 4K RGB Laser Projector at CinemaCon 2017 - AVSForum.com
Holy crap Radim! I have that same picture saved in my phone because I found it fascinating :O
 




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