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Stairville D3 Laser colorstar 500 RGB
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JeffdigitJeffdigit

Superb!

Stairville D3 Laser colorstar 500 RGBPublished on 07/15/11 at 08:35
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A "small" RGB laser 550 mw on paper, that gives color perfectly balanced with a high-powered red (350 mw only red!), One blue and one green 150mW to 50mW. So an eye on seven colors stand out perfectly, even the whites and yolks.
In return for this color balance, the power seems a bit tight, but sufficient to fill a room 15x8m. Cons in video is a little trickier to emphasize the visual.
The galvos 20K are fast enough to do some fun stuff, get a good flow and good rendering.
I have tried in DMX mode but I can not wait to use ILDA.
It is very noisy. The case is rather large with 42 cm wide and no less than 8 kg.
The price / quality ratio is really excellent. …
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A "small" RGB laser 550 mw on paper, that gives color perfectly balanced with a high-powered red (350 mw only red!), One blue and one green 150mW to 50mW. So an eye on seven colors stand out perfectly, even the whites and yolks.
In return for this color balance, the power seems a bit tight, but sufficient to fill a room 15x8m. Cons in video is a little trickier to emphasize the visual.
The galvos 20K are fast enough to do some fun stuff, get a good flow and good rendering.
I have tried in DMX mode but I can not wait to use ILDA.
It is very noisy. The case is rather large with 42 cm wide and no less than 8 kg.
The price / quality ratio is really excellent.
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PixHellPixHell

best quality / price in RGB

Stairville D3 Laser colorstar 500 RGBPublished on 06/13/11 at 22:37
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For how long have you been using it? 2 months What thing do you like most/least about it? the most: PRICE + COLOURS PATTERN + Figure (auto) + XY to set the angle of the laser input to the room. + Very fluid 20 kpps minimum: - micro mode rather jerky and one loses the advantage of its fluidity - A bit low power - We'll see later:) Did you try many other models before getting this one? This is my first laser RGB ... but I've seen several laser RGB and frankly I find it very balanced colors! What is your opinion about the value for the price? very good! Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ... Yes and no because I realize that people do not notice this effect RGB (650...…
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For how long have you been using it? 2 months What thing do you like most/least about it? the most: PRICE + COLOURS PATTERN + Figure (auto) + XY to set the angle of the laser input to the room. + Very fluid 20 kpps minimum: - micro mode rather jerky and one loses the advantage of its fluidity - A bit low power - We'll see later:) Did you try many other models before getting this one? This is my first laser RGB ... but I've seen several laser RGB and frankly I find it very balanced colors! What is your opinion about the value for the price? very good! Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ... Yes and no because I realize that people do not notice this effect RGB (650 euros anyway: p) not much more than other green laser low-end ... So this is an investment for the evening precise!
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  • Manufacturer: Stairville
  • Model: D3 Laser colorstar 500 RGB
  • Category: Lasers 500mW and up
  • Added in our database on: 02/28/2011

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