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superfruit

Get rid of that HPS orange

I just picked up some 'Hydrogarden Lumii Growroom Lenses' for £6.99 and I'm astonished by how well they seem to work - see pics:

 

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are they blue?

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3 minutes ago, ratdog said:

are they blue?

Yep

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28 minutes ago, superfruit said:

£6.99

 

 

Personally, I'd rather keep the £6.99 and take photographs with the light(s) out, use a flash like a normal person. lol  

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14 minutes ago, Saddam said:

 

 

Personally, I'd rather keep the £6.99 and take photographs with the light(s) out, use a flash like a normal person. lol  

 

For me personally I'm crawling on my hands and knees to get to the grow space so taking them out for pics is hard work.

The glasses are primarily so I can view the plants colour for deficiencies more naturally. Hard work with the hps glow. And eye protection!

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1 hour ago, Saddam said:

 

 

Personally, I'd rather keep the £6.99 and take photographs with the light(s) out, use a flash like a normal person. lol  

 

Or learn how to white balance :ninja:

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A second pair is needed if you want eye protection and to take photos, no?

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