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Thread: Just purchased a Jungle Hazer (video)

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    Default Just purchased a Jungle Hazer (video)

    Thought I would share this info in case other members were in the market for a VERY INEXPENSIVE HAZER.

    AFter looking at many other models in the $500 and up price range, I found this unit online for $157.00

    Description as follows:
    127-JUNGLE-HAZE1200
    $157.00
    **New & Hot** 1200 Watt DMX continuous hazer. Includes wireless and Timer Remotes with adjustable output volume knob for the wired remote, Duration knob, Continuous flow button, Timer button and Manual button. 1 channel DMX. 15,000 cubic feet per minute. 16 foot cable on remote. 1.5 liter tank. Adjustable 45 to 75 degree vertical output vent so you can aim the haze straight out or up. 3 minute initial warm up time with 5 to 25 second reheat time. Uses standard fog fluid, or for a longer hang time, use our H-ProSmoke. Unit size 22x11x9.5 15.3 lbs. For more info visit www.stageape.com

    buy it at: http://www.cheaplights.com/cart/page...FQwr7AodAwNbzA

    here is a link to a short video I just uploaded to youtube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LllWQz4tMIY

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    Looks like that is on MAX output. Can you turn it down and run it a Min output? I would like to see how it looks when not on full blast. Can it run continuously? Or must it cycle on and off?

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    Yes that was on Maximum.
    Click on the link to see it on Low output and in continuous mode. If you let the unit warm up for about 10 minutes it will run without cycling on/off


    I also switched to Froggy's Beamsplitter Haze Fluid. Vastly improved the effect when using lasers. My laser scanner is being upgraded at the moment so I could not show you.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywdFjojfXI

    I hope this is what you were looking for.

    Steve

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    Thank you!

    I use the froggy beamsplitter in a Chauvet Hazer2. Actually works really well and has good hang time.

    That looks like a good little hazer for the money.

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    For the money... I don't think you can beat it.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by drm916 View Post
    That looks like a good little hazer for the money.
    it looks like a fog machine rather than hazer to me ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertoyz View Post
    Yes that was on Maximum.
    Click on the link to see it on Low output and in continuous mode. If you let the unit warm up for about 10 minutes it will run without cycling on/off


    I also switched to Froggy's Beamsplitter Haze Fluid. Vastly improved the effect when using lasers. My laser scanner is being upgraded at the moment so I could not show you.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywdFjojfXI

    I hope this is what you were looking for.

    Steve
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    Yea.. water based hazers are basically fog machines with a constant output.

    In the first video it looks like cheap fog fluid. Thats why i asked for a second video on less output. I bet with the froggy fluid even on high that it would not look like the first video. Its like the HIGH output is a little too high for the heater to keep up with. Just turn it down a little and it probably works fine.

    And at ~200 bucks USD delivered its a pretty good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasermad View Post
    it looks like a fog machine rather than hazer to me ?
    I agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by drm916 View Post
    Yea.. water based hazers are basically fog machines with a constant output.
    Totally untrue.

    There's a big difference in particle size between hazers and fog machines.

    The Unique is a water based hazer and yet you have can have beams illuminated in a room which looks totally clear even with the lights on. Try doing that with a fog machine!

    The Jungle Haze looks like fazer to me, a fog machine with continuous output.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White-Light View Post
    I agree.



    Totally untrue.

    There's a big difference in particle size between hazers and fog machines.

    The Unique is a water based hazer and yet you have can have beams illuminated in a room which looks totally clear even with the lights on. Try doing that with a fog machine!

    The Jungle Haze looks like fazer to me, a fog machine with continuous output.

    I hear ya. But this thing is only 157 usd dollars. Unique 2.1 ~1700-1800 usd. For a home user this thing is a good deal. PLus good fluid goes a long way towards particle size also. That first video he said was cheap fog fluid.

    Maybe he will post a full throttle or 3/4 throttle video with the froggy fluid for comparision to the first video.

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