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  1. #16221
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    HDR? I tried it once and sucked badly. What you have is way better than mine.
    That's nice Mustang. I can see the nose of a Trojan T28 just popping out. Do you have a full picture of it?
    Last edited by tim11; 11-19-2012 at 03:53 AM.
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  2. #16222
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    DPR;
    The Mustang is one of my Fav planes of all time. Methinks I see a T28 nose in the background as well.
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  3. #16223
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    10.5 fisheye time. The lens was probably only a foot away from the cylinder head.


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    phenomenal DOF also, even the trees are in focus. Makes for interesting pics although I don't think I would spend the money on one.
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    I agree. Nice and sharp alright but I don't think fisheye will ever be my thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    10.5 fisheye time. The lens was probably only a foot away from the cylinder head.
    lol thats INSANE !
    how freakin sharp is it !! dayum...i didnt expect that.
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    Fraid I deleted a lot of my dross photos from the day and don't have one of the T28.

    I have this though.
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  8. #16228
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    Nice cowling!
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    Identify Aircraft please! I am not that familiar with Russian WWII era planes. An early Yak?
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    Is it Russian only in name? Not enough to ID it with.
    I'm more familiar with the US aircraft during the SE Asian war years; and growing up in Cambodia I can identify a T28 from anywhere.
    The T-28s caused devastating damages to the Khmer Rouge commies. Pity we didn't have enough of them back then.
    Last edited by tim11; 11-20-2012 at 07:59 PM.
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