Tri-V Photo Thread - Share your photos!

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SWGG is in my future - just can't decide which version! :D Beautiful pics like this do not help.

Great pics, Murpharoo and PoliceScannerMan!
 

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Tri-V2 under UV light
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So many beautiful pictures of the amazing Tri-V guys!
I have been drooling over these pictures for quite some while now, but now I finally ordered one from Dave for myself.
In a couple of weeks you just might see pictures of another Tri-V2 SW GG :D

/Fredrik
 

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So many beautiful pictures of the amazing Tri-V guys!
I have been drooling over these pictures for quite some while now, but now I finally ordered one from Dave for myself.
In a couple of weeks you just might see pictures of another Tri-V2 SW GG :D

/Fredrik

Fredrik.
When you do get yours, please take the time to report in this thread. Mohan is keeping a record of Tri-V / Tri-V2 owners.

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb...V-V2-Official-Ownership-Registry-2013-onwards
 

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There has been quite a lot of aurora activity over this past week, but it tailed off quite a bit this morning. You can still see a bit of glow, but it was nothing like nights previous. Here, we are scouting out Ghost Pine wind farm and doing a little light painting the aspheric of the Tri-V. My primary light is a Zebra light (for convenience) but the Tri-V is always on me. Here's a link to the video from two nights previous if you're interested.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thMsbVI-kqI
Thanks for looking!
 

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Wow, that is an amazing picture. The blades reflect light when they are rotating but only at a certain angle? It looks like the one in the distance is spinning. Was this about a 30 second exposure? The video is amazing too.

I have never seen the Aurora Borealis in person. It has been said that it can rarely be seen from southern PA but I never got a break in the weather when it was possible.

Thanks for sharing.

Cheers
Dave
 

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I am addicted to this light. Its beautiful and big fan of your work Dave:twothumbs. I am saving up for one and soon wish to have one in my hands:grin2:
 

lefteye219

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Here are some of pics of my Tri-V2

Now all i need is a droid carbiner.. Data any chance i can have it during the pf20 meet?
 

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Here are photos of my Tri-V2 (#0665), with tritium vials installed by JHanko. Thanks to Jeff for the excellent craftsmanship, and to Dave for inventing such an amazing light!

There is a single white tritium vial installed in a Hanko-made flush mount button:
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And six different colored vials installed on the "top" panel, in order of wavelength:
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Two different expressions of light -- white and the color spectrum:
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A few more glamour shots:
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The Tri-V with lens cap, a spare set of batteries, and a cleaning cloth fits perfectly into a Hard Graft card case; the titanium clip on the end of the lanyard is perfect for opening the battery compartment:
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All packed up and ready to go:
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lefteye219

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Here are photos of my Tri-V2 (#0665), with tritium vials installed by JHanko. Thanks to Jeff for the excellent craftsmanship, and to Dave for inventing such an amazing light!

There is a single white tritium vial installed in a Hanko-made flush mount button:
9O6r9eR.jpg



And six different colored vials installed on the "top" panel, in order of wavelength:
iYx5pBN.jpg



Two different expressions of light -- white and the color spectrum:
FOeALmd.jpg



A few more glamour shots:
E6TA4gs.jpg

d0eFoMa.jpg

f2InAEz.jpg



The Tri-V with lens cap, a spare set of batteries, and a cleaning cloth fits perfectly into a Hard Graft card case; the titanium clip on the end of the lanyard is perfect for opening the battery compartment:
DPOm7HZ.jpg



All packed up and ready to go:
vpjioUn.jpg

I thought the tri-v was pron but this is pron at its best :-D

I think i know what i want after i grab the carabiner from Dave
 
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