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    That looks extremely red for a black mild. You want a neon pipe and the light bulb itself should throw little visible mild, and shine a dark violet rather than red.

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    Re: Advice on uv photography?

    I tried this with my blizzard corn on a cheap little csi black light to no avail, would this work with blizzards do ya think? Love Leucy btw!

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    Re: Advice on uv photography?

    Quote Originally Posted by dr del View Post
    It's a compact tube thing;

    It does seem as though I have the wrong type of light. Just wish I knew which one to buy.

    Around here they are listed as "BLB Fluorescent tubes" I believe. As opposed to a "BL Flourescent Tube). The difference being the BLB filters most of the visible spectrum out so the blacklight effect in much improved.
    Not sure if the same holds true where you live. But, I hope that helps.

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