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I followed the original project's protocol assiduously, BUT, your point about a BRIGHT, sunny was not available. Strangely, the green filters work great for lab work as they roll off the naked fluorescent bulbs harsh character (These goggles breathe very well and don't fog, so they are my #2 pair in lab, and people leave me alone to work because who wears welder's goggles in lab vs. the UVEX kind that I've slashed my eyes with Methanol with before?). Probably the lab, with its three mercury vapor 100W T3s per yard, would be a fun place to retrace or find the original red and blue punches and look at the IR world. Thanks! Cheers.
Hi all,I could post images of my sloppy cutting, but I ordered the gels as specified, cut out the requisite number of punches, have screwable lenses on my goggles holding the 4 or 4+1 gels in place, and I am blind as a bat. I see a lot of hacks to this thing, and it's really cool, but can anyone tell me how to get IR filter/passive lenses out of this. I seem to be at a loss. Sorry for the two posts of the red lens looking at the IR picture, guys. Thanks.
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