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    i know, but lots of people use lasever
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    cheers mate.

    cool i wonder how good it looks on none gas lasers?
    See pix attached (just taken now) with 2 varaitions on a theme. Also was complete lie - its not done with rainbow recolour its done by doing a recolour from background with one of the medialas built-in colour backgrounds - or in this cas 2 of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    the fb3 only has 7 colours
    R u saying FB3 is only TTL!!!?
    if so I did not know that and am amazed...

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    thats amazing, i love the bottom one.

    well im not sure about the FB3 i need to do some more looking into the colour side of things.
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    those 2 are now uploaded as colourcircles.zip in the ild folder on ftp.
    colcirc1.ild is the first (top image)
    colcirc1a.ild is the lower image
    The others are designed to run for 10 seconds and are based on the first 2 circles but morph the colours over the 10 seconds.

    I know ya cant play the colours yet but make sure you can read them into pango

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    your a star let me go look.

    cheers mate
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    sadly they dont work?

    i noticed they are ild not ilda???
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    ok let me try again - in the meantime im just gonna post some zoofscope pix in the laser tennis thread.

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    ILDA files are extension .ild

    Also, Lasever units are now very high quality, they are almost better then CNI IMHO. Please do not base your opinions of 6 month old threads when you havn't used them and they have been completly redone since that thread was written.

    The FB3 is not TTL only, It is 12bit Analogue!
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    I will have to agree that Lasever has put a lot of time and money into getting things sorted. I have a couple of the newer units and they are working great so far. One is a little under spec....about 15mw. Not a big deal to me. I would rather have a stable unit than to have an over spec that will die off early in it's lifespan. I am going to have to stay with them,not just because of price,but the amount that has been invested into staying an honorable business that does try to help a customer. That is a hard thing to find. Plus I like to see some competition....the big guy's don't always have a good unit that goes out the door either. Granted there could be a bad apple in a few truck loads from anywhere.


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    I've looked and can't find laser-wave's website except for this but cant find any sepcs... http://www.laserw.com/html/uk/azienda.htm

    Where should I be looking
    Graham

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