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This is a 43" diameter water parabola lens that can reach in excess of 1,000f  The water lens is running at about 80% of maximum power. The water needs to be distilled, rain or  R/O for maximum power. I used well water to demonstrate that it will work with groundwater. The popcorn was filmed with a  Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1. Main video Canon canon XH A1 Last siphon scene Canon 7d
GEAT VID... AN "OUT OF THE BOX" THOUGHT PATTERN... COULD YOU DO THIS WITH A LARGE CLEAR (PLASTIC OR GLASS) "MAGNIFYING" LENS ?? (ARE THEY AVAILABLE?? )
GEAT VID... AN "OUT OF THE BOX" THOUGHT PATTERN... COULD YOU DO THIS WITH A LARGE CLEAR (PLASTIC OR GLASS) "MAGNIFYING" LENS ?? (ARE THEY AVAILABLE?? )
don't cook it too much !!... <br>congratulations !!!...
at about the 4 minute mark u mentioned using the excess energy while watching it heat up, i was thinking u could make a satellite dish shaped solar panel around the outside of the main focal point not directly in it or u might burn the solar panels but yea that could do something and find out how much it generates and idk lets say its 12V at 1W u hook 8 AA rechargeable batteries up to the panels to charge and use that power for whatever and who knows it might put out more than 12V 1W ^w^ well i hope that helps and i expect to see another video eventually

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