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    Default LOBO gun, has Brad ordered one :)

    http://www.lobo.de/index.php?id=sing...7f3f1678c708ef


    Pretty crazy power, and a neat merger of technology.
    leading in trailing technology

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    As I prefer things to be symmetrical, I opted to go with two. Delivery is sometime in late February.

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    I love the "Special Laser Safety Considerations for Long-Range Beam Display Heads"

    Infinity beam lasers with beam display heads are long-range class 4 laser products with extreme output powers. Due to the extraordinarily low divergence, safety distances of many kilometers may apply.
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    Good lord, 100W and they'll probably just give to the LD to throw around randomly via DMX.....
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    You are using Bonetti's defense against me, ah?

    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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    ...but can it pop balloons?

    That thing is sick, but what do you with it? Besides accidentally killing passing birds.
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    My understanding is that it's designed to be used for large outdoor shows. Think "Woodstock"...

    That being said, I question the wisdom of putting a 100 watt laser projector on a moving head. That's just asking for trouble. Anyone who attended the ILDA conference in Germany last year can probably comment more directly on exactly how much trouble...

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    Quote Originally Posted by buffo View Post
    That being said, I question the wisdom of putting a 100 watt laser projector on a moving head. That's just asking for trouble. Anyone who attended the ILDA conference in Germany last year can probably comment more directly on exactly how much trouble...

    Adam
    ...And I thought the Laserwurx 5w moving head lasers were bad! The last time I did some repair work on one I spent the entire time thinking "I can't believe this thing got varianced!"

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    To be honest, I'm not sure that LOBO has a variance for those things yet. I agree that it would probably be quite difficult to guarantee the safety of the audience...

    Adam

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    This looks more like an anti-missile defense system.

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    This both excites me and makes me want to shit my pants in fear at the same time...

    Where the hell can I order one?
    Neat!

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