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anyone got pics/vids of 405nm bluray lasers around 30mw?

karbon

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subject in title, i would appreciate some pics/vids as i have just bought one from o-like, thanks
 

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subject in title, i would appreciate some pics/vids as i have just bought one from o-like, thanks
you cant really tell from pics man because you can make them seem much brighter than they are with the right settings on the camera and a little smoke in the room... heres a pic of my blu-ray at 20mW

i lit a candle in the room then blew it off and thats all the smoke i had. sorry fore the crappy picture, i suck as a photographer
 

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chipdouglas

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from what ive read 405nm is a color that can not be duplicated in print or on screen. this is not sarcasm! just a fun thing i read.
 

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SF-AW210 (I don't recommend these diodes) @180mA
Blinds where open on this very sunny day. :)


PHR-803t @135mA with smoke


Outside PHR-803T @135mA
 

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Hey...I just noticed that you wanted it to be around 30mW....sorry mine are all above 100mW.
 

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from what ive read 405nm is a color that can not be duplicated in print or on screen. this is not sarcasm! just a fun thing i read.
That makes sense since monitors can't go as low as 405nm.The shortest wavelength they have is blue from the RBG.The closest you could get is with the right combination of red and blue.But for some reason cameras just forget the red and go only for blue. :undecided:

Lol iskor, I like how you snapped that pic at 5:32 lol
 




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