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dolbydunn

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These Dam Helicopter photos were taken January 25, 2014 near Las Vegas, NV. @ Hoover Dam using a Nikon D600 & 35mm f1.4 lens.


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Video acquired using GH3 & 12-35mm f2.8 lens . . . should be steadier but better than no video.

[video=youtube;_8SQAGHeO7k]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8SQAGHeO7k[/video]
 

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From a recent trip, flying between islands in New Zealand. All with the P45-175 and E-M5.

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Bird?
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Great pics, everyone. I used to do a lot of low level AP using model aircraft and various P&S cameras, then most recently with a Pentax Q. No way I'd loft my E-M5 on a model plane, however. :)

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Old P&S shots, but I thought you'd like them.
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I do! but more any info is needed.
Oh, sorry. This was a flight on the EAA's B-17, Aluminum Overcast. The glass over the Radio Operator's gun position was removed so you could pop your head out. Also got to sit in the bombardier's position.

Location was Trenton, NJ in 2007. Don't think it's been back since.
 

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Thanks. B17. That's what I thought. My dad flew those and we got to crawl around in one when they stopped here locally. He got to fly in it too.
 

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Windsor Castle

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Silverstone Racing Circuit

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Forth Bridges

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Wow you fly over some great scenery at nice times of day. Are these from the same trip or do you fly quite a bit?
Thanks, the last two are from the same trip but I fly quite a bit :) If I know that I land on sunset time, I always choose the right side window. I also try to choose the right side window in any case, in order to take shots of the area when landing, if I know there is something worthy.
 
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