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daguin

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Very, very, fricken nice! :drool:

Peace,
dave
 

Krogith

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Awesome Pics bud!!! +1 well i tried to anyways... I owe you...
 

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Beautiful pictures. I was wondering what was going on in the second picture underneath the laser in the middle, I realised it was a reflction on the floor :p
HaHa - and there's another laser reflection in this image: between door and shelf :crackup:
 

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Some great stuff. You know I enjoy good beam shots.:beer:
 

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:cryyy: I'm missing 3 colors....:cryyy: Not Fair!!! :na:

Nice beams

Is that the 635 5mW?

ROFL I had to electric tape a switch "on" just like you did...
 
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Hope I'm not outta line or weird you guys out but.... Me so howrny!
 

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This pics are really great! :kewlpics:

Its so strange how nearer the camera, it picks up 405 445 and 473 as almost the same colour!

all the reflections, beams and units are neeeeeaat!

Great, great pics!!
 

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In this image you can see that two of the lasers (blue and yellow) had a beam (sort of) reflect back from the door.



I'm sure DJNY was wearing them, but this is why we push safety glasses; you never know if a surface you don't think is reflective will actually reflect!

-Trevor
 

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I'm sure DJNY was wearing them, but this is why we push safety glasses; you never know if a surface you don't think is reflective will actually reflect!

-Trevor
I wore safety goggles most of the time, but I don´t have a pair for the 589nm wavelength. You´re right by telling that we should be aware of any possible reflections.
 

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Damn dude, great collection you have there.
The yellow is gorgeous, amazing brightness for ~80mW
 

DJNY

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Damn dude, great collection you have there.
The yellow is gorgeous, amazing brightness for ~80mW
The 589nm wavelength is the brightest one I have seen next to 532nm. I think there is only 561nm in handheld which is brighter than 589nm. Aryntha has the only one.


Here is a chart with the optimal color explored by Wilhelm Ostwald




I´m gonna post two of his pics, so that people have the full available handheld wavelength spectrum in one thread.

(Hope Matt is ok with this :))



Posted by aryntha - 561nm


Review >here<


Posted by aryntha - 671nm


Review >here<
 

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No problem Phi. :) I still have to do my own rainbow...

Remember though the camera doesn't see things with the same "curve" our eyes do...
 

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In this image you can see that two of the lasers (blue and yellow) had a beam (sort of) reflect back from the door.



I'm sure DJNY was wearing them, but this is why we push safety glasses; you never know if a surface you don't think is reflective will actually reflect!

-Trevor
Red is reflecting upper left as well.
 




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