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    Default RGB3W with 3 in 1 laser modules

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    Shouldn't you be able to tell us what the output power is?

    If you want us to 'guess', its pretty hard to do from photos in general, especially poor-quality ones as attached.

    Or is this a thinly veiled advertising attempt? I'm just confused.
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    Maybe they don't have a power meter that ranges to 1.21 gigawatts...
    "There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who, with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun." Pablo Picasso

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    2 x 28W. Did I win something?..........

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    Greater than 10mW and less than 1000 Watts...
    Garbage in... Garbage out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helium View Post
    2 x 28W. Did I win something?..........
    ,really?

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    ... not the sheer power is essential, but the "surviving time-span" of the eye (and cam) - would you scan the audience with your lasers?

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    Yeah, but you need to do the conversion......

    1 European Watt = 28 Chinese Watts

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    That's FUNNY Helium... !!!

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    .....not sure if Goldenstarmimi got the joke, but if you post something silly expect some silly answers. right?

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