Was messing around with the camera, the old Blinder M-06, that RMR Laser Stik and a constantly transmitting IR device I made.
I came to an interesting observation. As previously noted in the thread about what the RMR Laser Stik is I noted that it had a clock crystal meaning that it wasn't just continuously on but pulsed in some fashion.
As we know the M-06 is also in a similar constant on state.
I also used a constant transmitting IR device I made which was just simply illuminated.
I would have tested the Blinder M-20 but I don't know where I have the remote I can activate it with.
What I observed is if you take very slow shutter speed shot in the dark from a slight angle, you can see that the light is pulsed. The illumination looks similar to taking a picture of an angled flashlight beam, however in an angled shot the pulses are visible in the light beam.
When looking at the Blinder M-06 the side shot shows what appears to be a faster pulse, the beam of light looking something like (((( from the angle.
If you look at the RMR Laser Stik the same is noticed but the pulses are farther apart, looking like ( ( ( (
The constant transmission device looks like one diffused light pattern.
I'd be curious to see the M-20's timed pusles look like in this fashion but I didn't find the remote when I was doing this today.
This really doesn't mean a whole heck of a lot but is pretty interesting to see on a camera. I'd think a specifically timed pulse such as that of the M-06 or Laser Stik would be likely to be ignored by the gun and or if it worked throw jam codes.
If anyone is interesting to see what I'm talking about I'll try and post a pic of this later but I accidently uploaded them to my iPad and deleted them from the SD card thereafter and am on my Laptop at the moment.
If you want to replicate what I was doing take an off angle pic of the jammer head while it is firing in a dark environment with a camera that has the shutter speed set slow.