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Canon DSLR beamshots of 638nm and 445nm laser.

Blord

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I made some photo's with the Canon DSLR. Long time I had trouble getting the right color with the 445nm laser. It seems the software was to blame. After shooting in RAW and processing in Adobe Raw I finally got it right.
Some shots of the 700mA 638nm laser and 400-500mA 445nm laser. Sorry I don't have a LPM.

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jnhowett

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Are those beam shots with fog or without?

Cuz before long I am going to be firing up my mitsubishi 300mw diode and that beam looks sick compared to the 445.
 

Blord

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I didn't use smoke to enhance the beam. Just 10sec exposure time on the camera will capture the laserbeams. The 638nm beam is visible in a well lit room.
 

elite ares

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Very nice beamshots! You most definately fixed the color rendition errors. Thank you for the information about the Adobe RAW 5.7. Rep +
 
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madog

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Love those pics...(checks wallet for 638nm money)
 

danefex

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gaahhh those are beautiful pics..... ♥ it!!!! :beer:
 

travishall81

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Where did you purchase those laser clips/brackets/holders? All I've been able to find are mini flashlight tripods.
 




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