Uploaded on January 24, 2014 01:21 UTC

RED LASER PROTO2.2 PINHOLE -- (Cloned calibration from CFL PROTO2.2 ) -- (Cloned calibration from CFL proto2.2 new) -- (Cloned calibration from RED LASER PROTO2.2) -- (Cloned calibration from CFL proto2.2 new) -- (Cloned calibration from CFL proto2.2 new)


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about 6 years ago, altanteo wrote:

The red laser indicate 650nm, but it seem near 700 (about 690)... maybe an error or that the laser is made in China (joke). I asume that is "my error"... new calibration

about 6 years ago, altanteo wrote:

New calibration: seems to be in 636-638 nm... near to 650

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