Started by gitano, January 03, 2006, 06:40:23 AM
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Quote from: gitanoRick, I was rereading some of the 'scope threads, and I remembered that I have a good light meter. It would be suited to objectively testing the light transmission capabilities of various 'scopes. Since I have mostly "cheap" 'scopes, and you have mostly, well... not cheap 'scopes, I thought we might conduct a little controlled experiment. I'll set up a light source in windowless room (in my basement). I'll then put my various 'scopes a uniform distance from the light source and measure the through-the-'scope light transmission using the light meter. When I'm finished, I'll send the meter to you, and you can test those 'scopes of yours. When finished, we can compare the transmission values with published data on the human eye's ability to differentiate between the intensity of two light sources. Whadyathink? Paul