Mercy Flight (Again)

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  1. Battou

    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    My poor Scanner is just about toast, I don't get much of the comminications anymore. Sadly I can not say I know what happened here or wether or not the individual survived but.

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    This is the second Mercy flight in as many weeks, Shots of the first one (different helo) can be found Here

    Some of them need to be rescanned, I appologize for the rush job on the scans, but I needed sleep.
     
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    Helicopters are Cool, this is a 1974 MBB BK-105C. If you can get to a height so that you are even with the rotor blades, you can get a picture of the blades bowing up at the tips as the pilot ads more collective (pitch).

    You can also slow the shutter speed down a little and get some cool shots. The rotor blades will look like they are made of rubber and look like S's.
     
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    That is rather interesting, I get a fair amount of oppertunity to photograph these choppers, I'll have to try that.
     

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