NEW experiment @ TLP 18/10

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NEW experiment @ TLP 18/10

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200 and 400 ISO experiment, 100 spotters together, one alone 100 meters down the road.

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Picked out 2 rapidly. And the experiment is succesfull
with the 350D instappert and a 150 euro's from the Gamma 'kitlens'.

Duck and cover with 70 mm, Carrier landings are kewl:
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Re: NEW experiment @ TLP 18/10

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pluggie wrote:Duck and cover with 70 mm, Carrier landings are kewl:
Wow, very cool effect :shock:
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Post by chinoock »

Great Pictures...very good idea.
I'll keep that in mind for ma next visit there.

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Post by Iwan Bogels »

Well done Pluggie ! Looks good.

Too bad that TLP will be gone from Florennes soon.

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Post by sfeyenoord1 »

Nice shots! :shock: I just love that eurofighter! :shock: :P
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Post by De Verrekieker »

Sorry sfeyenoord1 it's not a Eurofighter. It's a Rafale M.
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Post by Flanker27 »

sfeyenoord1 wrote:Nice shots! :shock: I just love that eurofighter! :shock: :P
I think you mean the Rafale.

Nice shots indeed!
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Post by pluggie »

I moved this one from the other thread, no hi-jack intended:
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Only to show it arrived. :wink:
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Post by blacksky »

great shooting Plug :!: like that F-18
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Post by warthog64 »

very nice pluggie!,
too bad I had only 1 day off, otherwise I also wanted to try that
kind of pics....
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Post by Teejee »

I had the same idea last monday, i felt the heatwaves of the engines

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