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    The following was written in response to a video producer who wanted to know if there was a filter that could protect cameras from laser light.

     Post subject: Re: Protect camera from laser beam
    Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:00 pm 

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     Post subject: Re: Protect camera from laser beam
    Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:00 pm 

    Joined: Jan 2012
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    Location: Australia

    Just yesterday I was at a petrol station to re-point his forecourt cameras. I had just pulled up below one camera & while idley gazing up at it saw a green light which I can only presume was a laser , playing over the face of the camera. Though I couldn't see where it was coming from, it had to be reasonably close to accurately aim on the camera. When I went & checked the footage it didn't show up & all cameras were recording normaly. I have no explanation for that.

    ps - I don't do substances

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    I've been to shows where the same kind of laser displays were used here in the U.S. I'm sure this kind of thing is regulated, as you say, so presumably the levels of light used are eye-safe (or companies would be sued out of existence), but that doesn't mean they're camera-safe...


    I'm not sure if it's because of better light-gathering ability (the human eye has a maximum aperture of ) or because camera sensors are more sensitive to damage, but sadly cameras and laser shows don't mix unless you've arranged with the laser operator a location where you can shoot safely.

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