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Old 06-05-2009, 08:26 AM
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Default Kelvin Hand Phaser

I've found a few pics of the Kelvin Communicator & Phaser props and they look like updates of the classic TOS designs.
Does anyone have a top and front view of the Kelvin Phaser? (or orthographics? That would be awesome!)
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(Need that "Art of Star Trek XI" book, guys! Seriously!)
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:37 AM
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Was the Kelvin Phaser shown on screen (viewing #5)? It looks cool except for the brass cylinder on the back. Love the communicator.
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Old 06-05-2009, 08:56 AM
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I've found a few pics of the Kelvin Communicator & Phaser props and they look like updates of the classic TOS designs.
Does anyone have a top and front view of the Kelvin Phaser? (or orthographics? That would be awesome!)
Thanks!!

(Need that "Art of Star Trek XI" book, guys! Seriously!)
Thanks for the thumbs and welcome to the forum, Baxart.

From where did you get those pics? I like the Kelvin phaser and communicator more than the Pike/Kirk E ones. A lot more! There're closer in look to the original TOS equipment, and more rugged looking.

Yeah, I want my Art of, Making of, Equipment of, Ships of, Starfleet and Technical manuals!!!
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Found a source
http://startrekauction.blogspot.com/...-arclight.html

I'll open a new thread, because it includes much more than only Kelvin designs.
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Old 06-05-2009, 09:26 AM
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TMBeastie - Scavenged the pics from here...
http://startrekpropauthority.blogspo...e-exhibit.html
and here
http://startrekauction.blogspot.com/...-arclight.html
and yeah put me down for those books too. (And if they don't make them, maybe we'll need to.)

Jim in St. Louis - I know the communicator had screen time (Kirk's mom), but if the phaser did, it was probably on Cap. Roubau's hip.

NCC-73515 - Yeah found that one, :-) you must have posted that as I was writing. Thanks!

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