Mirage From Portugal, joined May 1999, 3125 posts, RR: 13
Reply 5, posted (14 years 1 week 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 2640 times:
I like them all except the Winair were there is too much sky, all the others are wonderful pictures and the first one (AA 763) is just fantastic, even that reflex adds something special to the photo. I guess it will have around 1000 views very quickly.
Luis, Faro, Portugal
P.S. What's the name of the hotel from were you took the photo?
ChrisKSDF From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (14 years 1 week 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 2638 times:
Thanks SO MUCH for all of the great comments! I never expected to be so well (re)received on the forum here. I've been away for quite awhile, and it's nice to see the same nice people I remember from before.
I've included links to a couple more photos. I uploaded a total of 35 photos, and I wouldn't want to show you ALL of them, because there wouldn't be any suspense then, would there?
I posted the Continental 73G go around shot here because I'm doubtful that it'll get accepted, even though I did upload it. I just thought it was somewhat interesting to see a wide-angle shot of the entire beach/spotting area, and an aircraft performing a go around.
My favorite of this bunch is the wing shot of the landing at TNCM.
Sukhoi From Sweden, joined May 2006, 379 posts, RR: 7
Reply 20, posted (14 years 1 week 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 2576 times:
Nice to see your still alive and kicking
They are great shots and are sure to be accepted, did you use a "fake" name just in case
I have to blame Chris for making me spend a few thousand pounds on buying my S1, it was his digital shots that made me buy it. If Chris is still using the same camera then he has a Sony DSC-505 and as you can see it produces great shots. Now i have said that he's probably gone and bought something better!
Good to see your still around, must be time to upload some of those UPS shots?
174thfwff From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (14 years 1 week 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 2567 times:
Those are amazing shots and I am looking at the camera on http://www.sony.com and the camera DSC-F505V which isn't the same, but it is one letter off is :::cough::: only :::cough::: $900 usd. It is 3.7 megapixle. Is this a good camera?
Take the DSC-F505V Cyber-Shot® Digital Still Camera on your next vacation for razor- sharp pictures of your extravagant adventures. Maneuver the Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar rotating lens for the perfect shot as you capture the good times. You'll see the quality that our 3.7 Megapixel (interpolated) maximum resolution delivers with each crystal clear image. Bring home the excitement of your vacation - take unforgettable pictures with the DSC-F505V.
1/ 1.8" 3.34 Megapixel Super HAD CCD Image sensor with 3.7 Megapixel interpolation mode
2240 x 1680 maximum picture size
Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar 5X optical zoom lens, 10X precision digital zoom
3 1/2 " swivel screen LCD display (123K)
High Quality 16 frames/sec ¼ VGA MPEG Movie with full screen playback
External flash terminal for use with the HVL F1000 accessory flash
I am looking around and I can't seem to find the dsc-e505
: Planyboy, cut me some slack it's late at night and I haven't had any caffine for 5 hours!
: I found the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-F505V for $713 at buydig.com (confirmed price)
: Here's more info http://www.steves-digicams.com/f505v.html There are two more photos with the 505 here: http://shutterline.com/2001_06_24_blogarchives
: Hi Chris. Nice new camera you got there. Your first set of pictures are first-rate. No question they'll get accepted. Your second set: The tarmac shot
: They are U N B E L I V E B L E!!!!! What's the "Dream Cam & Film" that took these BEAUTIES. Needless to mention the skill... that is more than obvious
: Hi Chris If these do not get added the Screeners need to be sacked and Johan will need to get new glasses The Corsair 747 and the arriving AA 767 are,
: I think that sun glint adds to the charm... Charles
: Hey again, I have to say, that CO 737 is extremely interesting. I would sure as hell add it to the database, but i don't know if the pre-screeners and
: Hi Chris **I've been away for quite awhile, and it's nice to see the same nice people I remember from before.** Yes, Chris, I remember you very well i
: "Yes, Chris, I remember you very well indeed." As do I! Seriously.. it's nice to be back talking aviation again. Chris
: First off I'd like to say I'm very impressed with the pics, I hope someday I can visit St. Maarten for some spotting. Did anybody else notice the reg
: Corsair has F-GSEA, F-GSUN, and F-GSEX. If you take a look at each of these they have something in the livery that reflects the registration. Cheers,
: Hi Chris, your photos are made by a digital camera, aren't they? Which camera do you use? I hope to see the others soon! aerodrome
: Very nice photos Chris! I can´t find any reason why these should´nt be accepted. Yes... Please let us know what kind of camera (and lenses) you have
: Hey Aircanon, Chris and I went over this and I will tell you what he said to save him from typing what he and I alreadt went through. Chris uses the S