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Sanwu RGB review

cyberdoc

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WOW. Tero! Thanks so very much for your new beam shots and stunning video!! As cool as the Sanwu RGB laser may be, nothing matches your gorgeous environment. Simply breathtaking!! Please keep up the wonderful work. Be Well & Take Care.

- cd :D
 



paul1598419

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I enjoyed your addition of the video, Tero. :cool: You have used this laser for so many beams shots. Sanwu couldn't have picked a better person to review this laser. Thanks, buddy. :D
 

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You can really see the misalignment from the side angle shots. It looked really good from a more inline view (user's perspective) in some of the very first pics in this thread. It does look like a Star Trek tractor beam though.

I'm the type where if I see something good, I usually don't mention it (no news is good news type thing). So when it looks like I only point out the negative, I may still like what I see more than what I don't like.
 

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Ah. I love how you set this up with mirror attached to the tree and finally going through a diffraction grating. I'll look forward to more of your beam shots, Tero.
 

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Interesting how the intensity of the most head on beams changed their color (increased their saturation I guess). I almost thought you had 3 other lasers lined up behind the diffractor , NOT shining through it, like 405 and 505 and 445.
 

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Holy beams! If aliens came to earth and gave us a laser display like that, I would happily welcome them. :p
Good job Tero! beer.gif
 

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I knew there had to be at least one other mirror mounted before the grating. I'm glad you took these photos showing that. You must have longer exposures with this laser as the beams are quite visible and that is not easy with short exposure times. I can't do these kinds of shots where I live as it would likely have the police here asking me questions long before I got it all set up. I do get out and use the tall trees across the street from me as a beam stop at night to see some of my lasers in an outdoor setting. But, they are always brief and I rarely have time to photograph it. Thanks for dong it for me.
 

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I knew there had to be at least one other mirror mounted before the grating. I'm glad you took these photos showing that. You must have longer exposures with this laser as the beams are quite visible and that is not easy with short exposure times. I can't do these kinds of shots where I live as it would likely have the police here asking me questions long before I got it all set up. I do get out and use the tall trees across the street from me as a beam stop at night to see some of my lasers in an outdoor setting. But, they are always brief and I rarely have time to photograph it. Thanks for dong it for me.
Nature was providing it's fog machine.. Fog was pretty intense and helped me quite a lot.. :cool:
 




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