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Oct 24, 2017 12:20 |  #346

Rivman wrote in post #18479849 (external link)
. . . gotta like belly shots !

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I'm wondering why you shot the chopper at 1/640 | f/10 | ISO 400 & the jet at | 1/200 | f/22 | ISO 400?


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Oct 24, 2017 12:21 |  #347

US Army Black Hawk. Helicopter main rotors are slow. Does anyone know what the shift at the rotor tip is? Is that the 2nd curtain's transit?

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Oct 24, 2017 12:24 |  #348

mike_d wrote in post #18479863 (external link)
US Army Black Hawk. Helicopter main rotors are slow. Does anyone know what the shift at the rotor tip is? Is that the 2nd curtain's transit?

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They all look the same to me, so I would doubt that it's caused by the curtain. And that's the total of my 2 cents worth. ; )


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Oct 24, 2017 12:37 |  #349

PhotosGuy wrote in post #18479869 (external link)
They all look the same to me, so I would doubt that it's caused by the curtain. And that's the total of my 2 cents worth. ; )

Yeah they're the same so I ruled out lighting angle. It just looks like the last couple of feet of each blade is shifted. It reminds me of rolling shutter but this wasn't shot with an electronic shutter. I don't shoot many helicopters so this caught my eye.




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Oct 24, 2017 19:04 |  #350

mike_d wrote in post #18479863 (external link)
US Army Black Hawk. Helicopter main rotors are slow. Does anyone know what the shift at the rotor tip is? Is that the 2nd curtain's transit?

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They all look the same to me, so I would doubt that it's caused by the curtain. And that's the total of my 2 cents worth. ; )

Is it possible we are seeing blade movement from the drag hinges and possibly the flapping hinges?
These are hinges that allow the blades to move (somewhat) independently of one another to compensate for various forces (I don't know if you care for all the details).


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Oct 24, 2017 19:46 |  #351

Could it not be from the type/design of rotor blade? with that shaping at the tips.

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Oct 24, 2017 19:49 |  #352

Pagman wrote in post #18480168 (external link)
Could it not be from the type/design of rotor blade? with that shaping at the tips.

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You're right. I just looked up some pictures of the Black Hawk with the rotor stopped and they're a bit wider at the end.




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Nov 02, 2017 05:03 |  #353

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Nov 02, 2017 05:05 |  #354

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Nov 02, 2017 13:27 |  #355

E-3 Sentry departing Tinker AFB.

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Nov 03, 2017 04:44 |  #356

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Nov 04, 2017 03:49 |  #357

A Raptor, a Warthog, and a Mustang. Sounds like a start to a bad joke. :-)

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Nov 22, 2017 09:39 |  #358

Pair of Super Hornets.

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Dec 01, 2017 20:18 |  #359

SAR in the UK 1/640sec beacuse I can not hand hold lower than that without IS/VR.

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Dec 12, 2017 10:38 |  #360

A US Navy E-6 Mercury landing at Tinker Air Force Base after doing some training flights.

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