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    Default fog fog fog

    I dunno how the rest of you are fairing in the UK but we got fog!
    With a lack of a fence and overlooking a main(ish) road - I dont wanna get my projector out in the back garden but I have been shining 2 lasers, my (how the other half live) spare blue and my yellow dpss from an upstairs window terminating on a tree at the back.
    See pic. Looks mighty fine in the fog - and with the beams stacked one atop the other when you stand below and catch them overlapping its nearly white.
    Now what red can I fire out there.....oooooh could strike up the 168!

    Rob
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    Cool photos!!
    How much laser power do we see in those shots?

    I have got to get out in the yard with the 1-watt "Jolly Green" and get some "weather-enhanced" green beams shots!
    RR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuka View Post
    Cool photos!!
    How much laser power do we see in those shots?
    i like to know also.
    Nice lasers rob!!!

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    Randy the 473 is doing 100mW (or so) and the 556 is around 60mW

    Fog is coool

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanwax View Post
    Randy the 473 is doing 100mW (or so) and the 556 is around 60mW

    Fog is coool

    Rob
    WOW!! you must have used long shuttertimes when taking those pictures!!!!

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    Double WOW !!

    From those photos, I would have sworn you had at least a watt cooking!!

    Nice!

    Makes me want to get out back in this cold, crappy foggy weather and try some shots myself...
    although I'm pretty sure the visible moisture in the air wouldn't help the longevity of my laser
    RR

    Metrologic HeNe 3.3mw Modulated laser, 2 Radio Shack motors, and a broken mirror.
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    0.7 sec @ 800 iso hand held

    Rob
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    Wow, I love to see this kinda stuff. Stanwax, you rock dude!

    Mark

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    That's it -
    I vote we find some really foggy central location to host the first World LEM.
    No projectors needed - just beams and fog!!
    RR

    Metrologic HeNe 3.3mw Modulated laser, 2 Radio Shack motors, and a broken mirror.
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    Randy - Its a deal!
    That said a nice multi coloured fan across the ground a shin level looks fookin ace!
    Rob
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