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    Sally B crew

    we can seeeeee youuuu

    Our gal Sal by Tony Taylor, on Flickr

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    Crikey, that is sharp ( your shot, not mine ! )

    We perhaps take her a bit for granted ,as such a familiar old friend, but she certainly turns head wherever she goes. She rumbled over Amersham on Sunday on the way back from the Highclere display, and the local community facebook site was buzzing with excitement.
    Last edited by Propstrike; 11th September 2018, 16:53. Reason: Trying to get the hang of posting pictures

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      #3
      The first shot is magnificent.
      "Everybody's doing it so why the hell should I ?" Black Sheep- Gin Wigmore

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        #4
        Thank you, took several at the Victory show, you can see more and larger ones on flickr by clicking the links

        Sally B bank by Tony Taylor, on Flickr

        Our gal Sally B by Tony Taylor, on Flickr

        Sally B Flying by Tony Taylor, on Flickr

        Sally B by Tony Taylor, on Flickr

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          #5
          Forgive me if the info is else where, but what camera and lens did you use??

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            #6
            Great images! I really hope they let the paint finish go completely, Id love to see it back in natural metal.

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              #7
              Old Towzer If you click on one of the images and look at the page on Flickr, the camera and lens details, including some settings, are shown below the photo. It would appear to be a Canon EOS-1D X with a 500mm lens.
              A Little VC10derness - A Tribute to the Vickers VC10 - www.VC10.net

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                #8
                Thanks, that is correct, handheld ish using a monopod as a support A bit heavy and unwieldy, but it gives stunning results.

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                  #9
                  It certainly does! I wish I could get that sharpness out of my (admittedly much cheaper) lens
                  A Little VC10derness - A Tribute to the Vickers VC10 - www.VC10.net

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                    #10
                    Thanks for the kind comments,, here you go

                    VC10 by Tony Taylor, on Flickr

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                      #11
                      Thanks Tony! I've shared this same photo on my site's Facebook page a day after the event: https://www.facebook.com/VC10derness It's a great shot.
                      A Little VC10derness - A Tribute to the Vickers VC10 - www.VC10.net

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