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brucemir

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Here are some more pics using a pair of Nikon binoculars, mirrors, prisms, and a Nebo flashlight to illuminate my set up on some.
Enjoy

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The photons made out of pure gold.. just cant stop looking at em!
 

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Incredible! Some very cool work I've seen in a long time. +1
 

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Is that pink or is just how your camera picks up the laser?

And what wavelength is it?
 

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Hi Rainbow, the red is a Skylaser 650nm 200mw. On the second photo you reposted, a flashlight was used, so it probably lightened up the red a little. Also a fog machine was used that could also lighten up the beam since they are time exposures of a least a few seconds.

The green is a Dragonlasers 532nm 100mw Hulk
 

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Those look awesome :beer: seriously epic photos
 

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I was thinking, hopes its not very confusing but.. What happens when you shine two different colored lasers at the same spot at different angles in order to combine the colors on the other side to make a new color? Might look cool
 

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I actually tried that with a red and green and got some yellow in the middle of both beams. I am not sure if it is from physics of the different interaction of the beams or something with the camera. I will post some pics for you in afew when I get on my computer
 

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Hi Eugene, Here you go, to get the yellow, the beams went thru binoculars. To be honest, I was not trying to get that effect, but it will be interesting to try in the future

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I am sorry if this is considered double posting.
 

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Nice yeah that's what I was talking about, maybe next time around you could try using the prism and or just the mirrors to try to get the beams to stay aligned for a longer distance?

Just kind of throwing ideas out there. Seems that the binoculars kinda act like a beam expander, making the beams "fatter". Sweeeet pics either way.
 
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I will give it a try this weekend when I shoot, thanks
 




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