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Trying out a new camera and thought this picture showed the overlays well.
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likin' the overlays...what percentage was it - i assume rock blocker? also do you mind doing a pic w/ the lights on?
 

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likin' the overlays...what percentage was it - i assume rock blocker? also do you mind doing a pic w/ the lights on?
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Thanks! I'll take additional pics tomorrow. And yes, rockblocker on the fogs and clearguard on the sidemarkers. If I remember correctly, clearguard only offered one shade unlike rockblocker that offers two different shades. I believe mine would be equivelant to the lighter shade from rockblocker. when the lights are on they still look amber.
 

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Trying out a new camera and thought this picture showed the overlays well.
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Which yellow fogs did you install? Have any pics of the yellow fogs during day and night? I want to get some yellow fogs that also stand out during the day, i like the look when i see a corvette with its bright orange fogs on during the day but i want yellow instead. so if you can take a pic of them during the day i would appreaciate it. :D
 

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Which yellow fogs did you install? Have any pics of the yellow fogs during day and night? I want to get some yellow fogs that also stand out during the day, i like the look when i see a corvette with its bright orange fogs on during the day but i want yellow instead. so if you can take a pic of them during the day i would appreaciate it. :D
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These are yellow overlays from Rockblocker.com, not actually yellow fogs. When the lights are on there is only a slight yellow tint to the fog. I find these lights are quite useless for driving but they do add a bit of visual safety for oncoming vehicles. I thought I would do something different by adding the yelow overlays.
 

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btw - how'd you get that effect on the picture? was that generated in the camera or post production? and what cam did you get? i like how the edge is fuzzed out and dark while the center pops out.
 

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btw - how'd you get that effect on the picture? was that generated in the camera or post production? and what cam did you get? i like how the edge is fuzzed out and dark while the center pops out.
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Kodak EasyShare Z650 camera and the effect was done with the included program for the comp. I think I found it under the"edit photo" section. It's kinda fun to mess with each picture. The camera seems pretty nice, alot of different features and with 6.1 allows for pretty good enlargements. It also has 10x optical zoom. I'm still trying to figure everything out.
 

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Someone wanna point me to the Clear Guard site for this stuff? Thanks.
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Clearguard.com or Rockblocker.com

For the yellow, I ordered 2.5 inch rounds from the bulk film section of Rockblocker and trimmed to fit.
 

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remember to get clear-guard products from www.jinsu-power.com to get a discount . hehe.

(all price includes shipping to 48 U.S States)
 

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These are yellow overlays from Rockblocker.com, not actually yellow fogs. When the lights are on there is only a slight yellow tint to the fog. I find these lights are quite useless for driving but they do add a bit of visual safety for oncoming vehicles. I thought I would do something different by adding the yelow overlays.
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looks good, i really like the yellow look on the bottom. I want to do the same but i want a really bright and noticeable yellow light, something you can see during the day as well. Similar to corvettes but yellow.
 
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