Photos of warbirds, classic jets and museum visits
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Beautiful what a lovely old bird great shots
Canon 100-400 L IS II
Icom ICR-2 Scanner
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6D | 7D | 60D
11-16 f/2.8 | 24-105 IS L | 70-300 IS USM | 50 f/1.4 | 100 f/2.8 | 400 f/5.6
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They're blinking great,
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Always nice to see a Connie. Lovely sharp and crisp photos. May I ask what camera settings you used.
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JohnH wrote:Always nice to see a Connie. Lovely sharp and crisp photos. May I ask what camera settings you used.
the settings : shutter speed priority 1/200 sec, -1/3 EV
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The only pictures I have of a Connie are from RIAT this year and there are loads of people, steps, cones and other clutter in the picture with it. I'm jealous of your beautiful mountains and fluffy clouds.
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Lovely shots of one of the best looking airliners ever! I remember seeing a US military one many years ago at St. Mawgan airshow.