Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive LIVE NEWS AND RUMORS IN YOUR EMAIL BOX

Join 693 other subscribers

Download Our Android Appthenewcamera-app
NEW CAMERA LINKS
NEWS News about new camera
Hot at New Camera Hot Picks by New Camera

Camera Rumors List of all latest Camera Rumors on Web.
Canon Rumors Latest Canon Rumors.
Nikon Rumors Latest Nikon Rumors.
Sony Rumors Latest Sony Rumors.

Sample Images Click here to see New Camera Sample Images.
Sample Video Click here to see New Camera Sample Video.
Firmware Update

Don't record laser tattoo removal on Camera

Well Don’t record laser tattoo removal on Camera, the video recorded by Andy Boyd who’s Sony A7S II camera sensor damaged by the laser light coming out from tattoo removal tool. Photographer says the repair cost is as much a new camera so try to avoid this.

Same problem faced by several photographers when they damaged their sensor by shooting club laser lights. So, the only one thing we can do is to avoid shooting laser lights with our camera.

source PP and Andy

Subscribe thenewcamera YOUTUBE channel Stay with us on FACEBOOK | TWITTER | GOOGLE+  to get live news + rumors 24X7

3 comments to Don’t record laser tattoo removal on Camera

  • Oleg Gontar

    free green bubble bokeh

  • Alliumnsk

    Also, don’t get tattoos in the first place xD

  • Wayne

    Laser shies can be above the limit needed to damage human vision. But because our brains do a sort of dead pixel removal for the eyes, people might not realise they are progressively losing their vision. I had a close call with a 27 lux projector, which resulted in the fluid just above the retina being congealed (partly cooked) when it inadvertently shot through a lens. Fortunately this healed up. So, some people are super susceptible to damage. That was only a very weak laser with less output then most pocket pointers. So imagine how strong these things are to your sensor.

    Now, the issue is what should you co to protect your camera?

    I’ll throw out some ideas, a fast photo chromatic filter to dim hits. Probably take too long to stop a really powerful laser from hurting the sensor. People wear frequency matched filtered eyewear in laser laboratories. You are likely only to encounter a limited number of common frequencies in normal work (laser tattoo removal and surgery would be different). It might be possible to make a filter which dampens all these frequencies, even the tattoo one. By combination of these two filter types, you may get significant protection.

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>