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    Default a little show off

    Hey guys,
    I haven't been on very much lately... been doing lots of gigs and stuff. But now I decided to show off my last show, which happened yesterday... thanks for unknown person who captured it all, eventhough quality is not that good

    I want to jump ahead and tell that safety zones were set and all hot beams are overhead, although in video it seems like crowd gets quite a bit of power.
    By the way, all PJs used here are custom made by myself together with my colleagues

    So, for your judgement:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8hty2tiBF0

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    Looks like a lot of fun, Sandstorm! How many watts were you working with there?

    -David
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    Video not available in Australia.
    This space for rent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandstorm View Post
    all hot beams are overhead
    Either "all" means something else over in Lithuania, or this statement is a lie. In the first 2:15 minutes alone I see countless hot beams the size & brightness of light sabers going directly into the crowd. Since you have openly lied about that part I bet it's safe to assume your "safety zones" are horseshit as well but that one is a little harder to prove on this end via video.
    Corporate Member ILDA

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    dkumpula, it's 4x6W, 2x3W and 2x2W

    sad about it, dnar

    LELS, that's exactly why I jumped ahead. They seem like hot beams, but they're not. Yes, they're beams, but they are with 1) minimized exposure 2) minimized power. We managed to get a proper amount of scene smoke into the whole area (which is very dependent on the wind doing shows outside), so that they're visible so extremely well.Although I don't have the MPEs tested, so I have no proper way to defend myself

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