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Old 30th of December 2005 (Fri)   #1
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Default American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

From Reno.
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Old 30th of December 2005 (Fri)   #2
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

B-25, and a T-Birds shot thrown in.
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Old 30th of December 2005 (Fri)   #3
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

good shots
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

wow, nice shots!
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Old 31st of December 2005 (Sat)   #5
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

That's a great shot of the 25!
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

Ditto on the shots!

Questions -

What lens and shutter speed did you use when you shot the pic of the B25?
Same question for the Thunderbirds?

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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

My EXIF data is embedded in all my posts.

B-25 - ISO100, 1/200sec., F/9, 100-400 at 235mm

Thunderbirds - ISO100, 1/800sec., F/5, 100-400 at 250mm

Both were taken with the 20D, in Tv mode.
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

Superb shots.
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

Nice!
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Default Re: American Classics...DC-3, & B-25

Wow great shots! Looks like you had a lot of fun
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