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As requested: 473nm Aquarius <5mW

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I've seen many members wanting to see my new 473nm pointer from Laserglow so feel like I should just make a thread about it :beer:

First off, a couple notes:

1) My mom has the good camera so im stuck using my iPhone :confused: on all pictures the wavelengths are as follows: Left(405nm)/Center(447nm)/Right(473nm)

2) Amazingly this unit, my 2nd one now is much better then my previous one I had. I had to warm the last one in my hands for awhile to get it to lase at full power, however this one dosen't require that. Just pop in the batteries, and enjoy that amazing color! Also, the button on the host feels much more stable and less wobbly then my previous unit. Good job LG! :)






Okey :D

-Alex
 
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woah!!..........such beautiful color....the hosts look the same...how do...you tell them apart?
 

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woah!!..........such beautiful color....the hosts look the same...how do...you tell them apart?
5,000th post! I was actually hoping you'd post Isaac so I could write this haha.

Anyway lol. Thanks, Im glad to finally have 473 back in my collection. The only ones I can't tell apart are the 405nm and 447nm pens. Everything is the same except for the 447nm which has a different aperture so it isn't too bad. The 473 pen has a blue host so that's pretty easy :D

-Alex
 
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Nice pics for a phone! Shows the colors really well. What's next on your list? 488nm, 510nm or maybe 491nm :p? (or 420nm, now that would be cool!)
Good to see the rainbow coming together again.
 
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Nice pics for a phone! Shows the colors really well. What's next on your list? 488nm, 510nm or maybe 491nm :p? (or 420nm, now that would be cool!)
Good to see the rainbow coming together again.
Thanks double!

Hm.....just got 532nm planned next, then probably 635nm and to finish off the beast 589nm!

Thanks for viewing :gh:

-Alex
 
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No budget for the more exotic ones I guess? That's how it always goes isn't it? Looking forward to the finished rainbow!
 

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Nice stuff. Looks like you only need 532, 515, 638 and 589/594 to finish the collection.
 

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Are those lasers in your signature the correct power? All are less than 5mW and you seem to be able to get beam shots of all of them. And, with a not very sophisticated camera, either. How are you able to do this? I'm assuming the camera isn't set to open iris as it seems to be in normal room lighting.
 

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Are those lasers in your signature the correct power? All are less than 5mW and you seem to be able to get beam shots of all of them. And, with a not very sophisticated camera, either. How are you able to do this? I'm assuming the camera isn't set to open iris as it seems to be in normal room lighting.
Yep, all are below 5mW's. I have a fog machine just below the yellow table ;)

-Alex
 

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Are you thinking about getting a 604nm/607nm labby anytime in the future?

AFAIK no members here have praseodymium lasers yet. :whistle:
 
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