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p.4097 #1 · p.4097 #1 · Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel


it all depends on the TC and the rear element of the lens the kenko 1.4 works with some lenses that the Nikon ones don't just based on design.

Looking at the rear element of the 24mm PC-E it looks like it might work with the Kenko...but I'm with Zim...crop it or move closer is the easier solution for most cases.



Mar 13, 2014 at 02:49 AM
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Hard to believe this airframe was developed 58 years ago! Still one of the best looking planes out there!
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Mar 13, 2014 at 03:59 AM
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my first thought this morning was how are they going to fit those B-25's in Madison Square Garden


Mar 13, 2014 at 09:53 AM
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Boy, Have I ever missed you guys - I have many pages to catch up on...

I know that quite a few of you have a GoPro camera. The following may be of interest to you. A pal of mine (Stuart Smith) has designed a self contained 1, 2 or 3 axis stabilizer for the GoPro.

See: http://www.rocksolid-tech.com/

It is quite an incredible stabiliser. almost a 'steady-cam' for the GoPro. It can be fitted to crash helmets, motorbikes, cycles or even cars & aircraft. Skydivers, Paragliders etc will grab this product the instant it hits the market. Stuart is in need of help in getting support from social media and if possible, pledges.

Stu has launched the product for potential backers. More technical info here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1496576492/stubilizer-gopro-compatible-active-camera-stabiliz

If you could copy the links to your Facebook and Twitter, we will be very grateful. Thanks



Mar 13, 2014 at 01:18 PM
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dmirkovich, welcome to MA2A and it's nice to see you here. Please make yourself comfortable. The ride is long and the in flight movie is even longer. When you have a moment, post a photo or two when possible. Otherwise, join in and become a member of the MA2A family.


Mar 13, 2014 at 02:01 PM
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Mar 13, 2014 at 07:10 PM
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Y'all might enjoy a visit here, if you're into paper model building: http://www.axmpaperspacescalemodels.com


And while I'm here, have an HDR 3D pair of Horseshoe Bend... Only a gazillion photos to go through, now I'm back from my 3500 mile road trip :-)









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This is a 4-frame HDR panorama of Glen Canyon Dam, also in Page, AZ.









Mar 14, 2014 at 02:24 AM
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A couple of images from Luke AFB.




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Mar 14, 2014 at 08:35 AM
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Donald Gray wrote:
Boy, Have I ever missed you guys - I have many pages to catch up on...

I know that quite a few of you have a GoPro camera. The following may be of interest to you. A pal of mine (Stuart Smith) has designed a self contained 1, 2 or 3 axis stabilizer for the GoPro.

See: http://www.rocksolid-tech.com/

It is quite an incredible stabiliser. almost a 'steady-cam' for the GoPro. It can be fitted to crash helmets, motorbikes, cycles or even cars & aircraft. Skydivers, Paragliders etc will grab this product the instant it hits the market. Stuart is in need
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I'm in: now waiting impatiently for the 2-axis version...and I don't even own a GoPro.



Mar 14, 2014 at 01:19 PM
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That looks like a quality product design for sure. I'm wondering why the more expensive sponsorship slots were so minimal? Seems that you'd want to have a bunch of those to raise funds more rapidly. Does he have any plans for units that would work with larger camera bodies?

What happens in these situations if the financial goal isn't reached? Does the whole effort just drop off the map?



Mar 14, 2014 at 02:58 PM
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As long as I'm tossing out questions, how about that Triple 7?! What in the world happened there? Transponders switched off, data being reported by the plane long after communications ceased. If it was a biz jet I'd guess they experienced a Payne Stewart type scenario, but that seems unlikely with all the redundancy that must be on a 777.

What an excruciating time for families and friends of those 239 passengers, ugh!







Mar 14, 2014 at 03:03 PM
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JWilsonphoto wrote:
That looks like a quality product design for sure. I'm wondering why the more expensive sponsorship slots were so minimal? Seems that you'd want to have a bunch of those to raise funds more rapidly. Does he have any plans for units that would work with larger camera bodies?

What happens in these situations if the financial goal isn't reached? Does the whole effort just drop off the map?


On Kickstarter, if the goal isn't reached by the stated time, nobody's credit card gets charged. What happens after that? No clue.




Mar 14, 2014 at 03:05 PM
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JWilsonphoto wrote:
As long as I'm tossing out questions, how about that Triple 7?! What in the world happened there? Transponders switched off, data being reported by the plane long after communications ceased. If it was a biz jet I'd guess they experienced a Payne Stewart type scenario, but that seems unlikely with all the redundancy that must be on a 777.

What an excruciating time for families and friends of those 239 passengers, ugh!


Jim,

Google Helios crash. B737-800 from Cyprus to Athens. Air con probs led to crew suffering hypoxia. Aircraft flew flight plan route up to a pre-programmed arrivals hold and then flew round the hold till it ran out of fuel.




Mar 14, 2014 at 05:18 PM
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If it had been a hypoxia event the aircraft wouldn't have turned around, turned off the transponder unless it was a coincidental failure. The fact that the engines were still reporting engine data, if that is true, is certainly an indication of "not" a cataclysmic event. I spent many a night over my career flying the Narita to Singapore and Bangkok runs, plus a few operational flights in the Navy "way back when" in that area. The radar coverage is minimal but once you get in close to overflying land, there should have been at least a secondary target picked up on radar somewhere. Given the fuel load, with reserves, it still had some legs left if it did remain airborne. (Pakistan?) My fear is that it did indeed land in one piece, the passengers "accommodated" that the aircraft might be used for a deadlier purpose in the future. I am not a conspiratist by any means, but given the extremes the terrorist groups have gone to in the past...who knows?

I hope I'm wrong as well as hope for some closure soon to those who don't know what has happened to their loved ones.




Mar 14, 2014 at 08:28 PM
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I found a flying thing! Caught this Raven on takeoff, before he soared off over the Grand Canyon.









Mar 14, 2014 at 08:46 PM
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dtw757 wrote:
If it had been a hypoxia event the aircraft wouldn't have turned around, turned off the transponder unless it was a coincidental failure. The fact that the engines were still reporting engine data, if that is true, is certainly an indication of "not" a cataclysmic event. I spent many a night over my career flying the Narita to Singapore and Bangkok runs, plus a few operational flights in the Navy "way back when" in that area. The radar coverage is minimal but once you get in close to overflying land, there should have been at least a secondary target picked
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The engine reporting has been debunked as innacurate. Inmarsat the satellite operator have apparently received pings to the satellite from the SATCOM transmitter after the aircraft's last known position. The pings are basically like a phone home signal to the satellite. No data was sent with them. The aircraft had approx 7 hrs fuel on board. It was airborne for nearly an hour when contact was lost. It would have taken them another hour or so to reach the Straits of Mallaca. Approx 4.5 to 5 hrs fuel remaining, probably into a headwind & potentially at a lower altitude. Rough distance roughly 2000 to 2500nm from Last Know Position. However if they didn't back track, then it's potentially same distance but in opposite direction.



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