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  • Bitter
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    http://www.stagespot.com/rosco-perma...-dichroic.html no?

    http://www.syncrolite.com/options%5C..._effects2.html Rosco R20? Lee L179?

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  • phantom240
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    Damn.

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  • satrya
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    Originally posted by phantom240 View Post
    I wonder if you could use dichroic film on the outside of a lamp's lens to filter out unwanted wavelengths of light, to make a yellow fog lamp which uses a normal bulb.
    That was my initial plan. But the only dichroic film I manage to get is the opposite type, which absorbs the warmer light. So, when I use that on the lens film, the output becomes bluer. The version I got is closer to the dichroic film used in household halogen light reflectors, which also give off a blueish color on the reflector. The output of the household light isn't blue.

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  • phantom240
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    I wonder if you could use dichroic film on the outside of a lamp's lens to filter out unwanted wavelengths of light, to make a yellow fog lamp which uses a normal bulb.

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  • gold94corolla
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    not a fan of that then lol

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  • phantom240
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    Dichroic film.

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  • gold94corolla
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    Yeah, the blue reflections in here aren't making sense to me lol

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  • satrya
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    Originally posted by gold94corolla View Post
    Why are there so many colors reflecting around inside of there?
    Originally posted by Fstrsn View Post
    Are you talking about the dichrotic film on the "fins"?
    The dichroic film gives off colors on some of the metal surfaces. The amber comes from the amber LED emitter inside one of them. The yellow comes from the ES300's yellow lens.

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  • Fstrsn
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    Originally posted by gold94corolla View Post
    Why are there so many colors reflecting around inside of there?
    Are you talking about the dichrotic film on the "fins"?

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  • gold94corolla
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    Why are there so many colors reflecting around inside of there?

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  • satrya
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    Painted the perimeter with a combination of retroreflective paint and frosted glass paint.


    Then paint the outer edge gloss black.

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  • satrya
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    Originally posted by gold94corolla View Post
    If you can close up that gap on top, I'd paint them yellow
    Originally posted by Ilikecars View Post
    I think they look good black
    Originally posted by ApexGER View Post
    Is there such a Thing as too much Projectors? I think not

    But you schould paint it black to get rid of the imperfections, it would not set off nice in yellow
    What I'm hearing is that given the imperfection, black looks better. If so, I agree. I haven't lost hope on making it match the body color though; I have some tweaks on it that may make matching body color better...

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  • ApexGER
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    Is there such a Thing as too much Projectors? I think not

    But you schould paint it black to get rid of the imperfections, it would not set off nice in yellow

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  • Ilikecars
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    I think they look good black

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  • gold94corolla
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    Well after all this, that gap can't be acceptable!!

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