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lots of yellow (and a few other) laser pics

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i got the fogger out and took a few pictures of my new toys (as well as some old ones). Sorry for my bad camera skills.

589nm and 594.1nm comparison pictures:







589nm, 594nm and 473nm:



just 473nm and 589nm:



589nm beam shots:

















fun with the pulsed nature of the 589nm:









lastly, the PGL 532nm:





thanks for looking
 

c0ldshadow

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awesome pics ,the yellow and blue goes so well
 

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Wow! Great shots! those pulsed shots were amazing, I thought you were using a diffraction grating at first.
 

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It looks like it uses a 50% duty cycle to limit the thermal load but still pump far enough above threshold to get a good efficiency. Looks awesome.
 

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Awesome pics! The pic showing the pulse are friggin sweet! I forgot they did that and and going to add that to my todo list of laser shots (once I finally do my rainbow pic) to take. If you don't mind me asking what exposure length did you use? I took a couple pics of my 589 and it looks almost orangish instead of the golden yellow it actually appears as. I may try it with a bit of fog to bring out the beam and lessen the exposure times.
 




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