Yep, sorry about the confusion. @M4ur is correct, you could harvest them now and probably have good smoke.
I believe @bob31 @Myfriendis410 @Ron330 and myself are all on the same page, with trying to get you the best yield and smoke potential. But you can let them comment for themselves.
Your plant will essentially produce pistils and trichs until it’s dying. Fresh trichs are clear and pistols white. The earliest of both will start to change first, and then so on. So even when the earliest of both start to change color, your plant is still producing new of both. The plant will sense the end of its life cycle and make a pretty big push to fatten those buds up and load up in trichs usually between 10 and 20 days before most of us would harvest. It’s the plant hitting fight or flight mode and trying to catch pollen before it dies. You want to let them do that before you hack and hang. From reading the comments, it looks like most of us feel you’re just getting into this stage.
Personally, I don’t even start looking at the trichs until I start to see pistil production start to slow. I usually harvest about 20% amber because I’m satisfied that bud swell period is over. There’s always exceptions, some I’ll miss and have more amber than desired. I’ve had a sativa I chopped at 13 weeks from flip with about 20% clear and 80% milky. Simply because I was tired of looking at it. Bob31 likes to say there are multiple ways, and this is no exception. In my opinion, you’ll be happier if you let it go a bit longer.