Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel
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stevezzzz
Registered: Aug 01, 2010
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More Alliance 2012.



stevezzzz
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Leo Hursh wrote:
I've been on hiatus far to long from this thread! Great images and dialogue.

I struggled to capture an image that does this justice, but here it is.


Welcome back, Leo! Very cool; what are we looking at?



Glenn Watson
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Flew my first full Cuban-8 in this this past saturday. what a machine!



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Leo Hursh
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stevez wrote:
Leo Hursh wrote:
I've been on hiatus far to long from this thread! Great images and dialogue.

I struggled to capture an image that does this justice, but here it is.


Welcome back, Leo! Very cool; what are we looking at?



Steve, that is a 22 deg halo as described here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/22%C2%B0_halo

I've only had time to quickly pop in and lurk, but should be able to spend more time interacting going forward. It's good to be back.



Leo Hursh
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Killer set Glenn! And I bet the Cuban 8 was a rush!



Glenn Watson
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Thanks Leo - god to hear from you. How are your girls?



astrobrian
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Glenn Watson wrote:
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Glenn


Love the angle on this one, it has a very "welcome to my office" feel



Jon Uhler
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JWilsonphoto wrote:
Fun Glenn!

Here's a screen capture from the Hero 3. My first impression is the footage is substantially better than the 2. Not necessarily much sharper, but some. More the 24p frame rate combined with overall quality of the capture. The imagery from the Hero 3 looks much more like it was captured with a higher end video camera. It definitely has a different look. More tests to come.



I too got a Hero 3 Black and I am enjoying playing around with it.

Couple things. Update the firmware....it makes the camera a little less flakey. Also get the bacpak battery and soon. Man the battery life is bad on the 3.

Been playing around with 60, 120 and 240 FPS....it sure does look good and slow when played back at 30 fps.

This camera is going to be a lot of fun.

Also, it takes great video under water and the time lapse features are a lot of fun too.

Looking forward to what you guys can do with these camera's while flying.



FlyingPhotog
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Not so Watson-worthy but...



JWilsonphoto
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I like the sound in flight too Glenn.

Welcome back Leo! Beautiful capture of the night sky.

More great stuff from the Master of Georgetown!

Hi John, Welcome back! Yes, the update is imperative as is the battery booster. The 3 might not have been quite ready for prime time when it was released, but it's a pretty amazing little box when you think about it.

One of JR's clients demo'd an Avanti six months ago. The guy is a pilot, has had several King Airs, a CJ Citation, a Beechjet and some pistons. He spent 40 minutes in the Avanti and asked to be let out asap. Everyone is different, don't like the looks at all, and 6.5M opens a lot of doors in the aviation world. The people looking in that market haven't voted for the Avanti in any significant numbers because the company continues to struggle.



FlyingPhotog
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One could always go for comfort and useful load...



Leo Hursh
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Glenn Watson wrote:
Thanks Leo - god to hear from you. How are your girls?


Well my oldest turned 16 yesterday and goes for her driving test tomorrow! That should just about cover everything important in her life right now.

My second born girl is 14 and starting softball practice.

My 10 yr old son talks about Lord of the Ring Lego's every waking moment (except when he and I get out to burn through my meager stash of .22 ammo).

And last, but not least, my 7 yr old girl is wishing she was as old as her sisters and thinks that "Life is not fair".

I am a blessed man because of them and because I have a wonderful wife to help keep them (and me) pointed in the right direction.

How is your family?



FlyingPhotog
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Good to here your brood is doing well Leo!

Cessna unveils their new fuselage-top communications suite...



Glenn Watson
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Hi Leo:

I didnt realize you had a boy in the mix - I thought you only had 3 girls. Better not let Nadya hear that!

We are all just enjoying growing up together. Maya - about to turn 3, Sammy - about to turn 5, and Paige - about to turn 8. The daddy daughter dance is coming up in two week and they're ALL going this year. Scary!

Glenn



ELinder
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Not quite show center. So much for the diagram I saw before the show.

Erich



FlyingPhotog
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G200 belonging to Clay Lacy Aviation...



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