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1 Near Voorhout 02-01-08

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2 Overhead Polderbaan 02-01-08

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3 Capelle 06-01-08

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4 Capelle 09-01-08

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5 Capelle 09-01-08

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6 EBBR 12-01-08

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7 EBBR 12-01-08

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8 Capelle 30-01-08

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9 Capelle 30-01-08

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10 Capelle 30-01-08

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11 Capelle 01-02-08

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12 Capelle 01-02-08

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13 Capelle 01-02-08

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14 Capelle 01-02-08

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15 Capelle 02-02-08

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16 Capelle 02-02-08

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17 Capelle 02-02-08

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18 Capelle 02-02-08

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19 Capelle 02-02-08 No slats no flaps !

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20 Capelle 02-02-08

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21 Capelle 02-02-08

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22 Capelle 02-02-08

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23 Overhead Polderbaan 22-12-07

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24 Overhead Polderbaan 22-12-07

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25 Overhead Kaagbaan 22-12-07

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26 Overhead Schiphol-Rijk 22-12-07

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27 Overhead Schiphol-Rijk 22-12-07

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28 Capelle 29-12-07

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29 Capelle 29-12-07

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30 Capelle 29-12-07

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31 Capelle 30-12-07

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32 Capelle 30-12-07

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Nice pics! :shock:

Also good to see something "out of the ordinary";

Can you perhaps share some information on the technicalities of these pictures? (mm's, exposure, enhancing y/n?) TIA!
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Is number 16 an Il-76?
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Yes it is ;)
Look at the nose ;)
You can see the glass bowl under the cockpit ;)
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:wink: thanks :wink:
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planespotters.nl wrote:Yes it is ;)
Look at the nose ;)
You can see the glass bowl under the cockpit ;)
No it is not, in my opinion it is a C-5, look at the engines and the vertical tail.
Most important, IL76 does not have that many (do not know correct name) guide vanes at the aft of their wings as a C-5.

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frank kramer wrote:Can you perhaps share some information on the technicalities of these pictures? (mm's, exposure, enhancing y/n?) TIA!
They 're all made with the Canon 100-400, 90 % of them in combination with the 1.4 converter. I use the Canon 5d on "M" ( 1/640 F/9 ISO 200 )
amarx wrote:Is number 16 an Il-76?
planespotters.nl wrote:Yes it is ;)
Look at the nose ;)
You can see the glass bowl under the cockpit ;)
I say ; it 's a C5 galaxy, look at the tail and the wingtips and you 'll see the difference. ( if not ; I'm from the civil-side, so just plain stupid with these kind of aircraft )
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nustyR wrote:
frank kramer wrote:Can you perhaps share some information on the technicalities of these pictures? (mm's, exposure, enhancing y/n?) TIA!
They 're all made with the Canon 100-400, 90 % of them in combination with the 1.4 converter. I use the Canon 5d on "M" ( 1/640 F/9 ISO 200 )
amarx wrote:Is number 16 an Il-76?
planespotters.nl wrote:Yes it is ;)
Look at the nose ;)
You can see the glass bowl under the cockpit ;)
I say ; it 's a C5 galaxy, look at the tail and the wingtips and you 'll see the difference. ( if not ; I'm from the civil-side, so just plain stupid with these kind of aircraft )
100% sure this is an C5 Galaxy.
Due to the other photo's from the Awacs and the other 707 i gues he took this pictures around the area of Leiden/Alphen aan de Rijn.
It's the corridor for the Militair aircraft above the Netherlands on his way to either Ramstein or the States.

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planespotters.nl wrote:Yes it is ;)
Look at the nose ;)
You can see the glass bowl under the cockpit ;)
Indeed you can see a little chin under the cockpit
100% sure this is an C5 Galaxy.
Bull***

And a c-5 is more straither than a il-76 so ill say its a IL-76
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amarx wrote:
planespotters.nl wrote:Yes it is ;)
Look at the nose ;)
You can see the glass bowl under the cockpit ;)
Indeed you can see a little chin under the cockpit
100% sure this is an C5 Galaxy.
Bull***

And a c-5 is more straither than a il-76 so ill say its a IL-76
This is a Il76, check the end of the wings, wing tips and tail end, size of the fuselage after wing, size of the engines and space between them. So once again Pic 16 is a C-5:

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This is an c-5

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Post by Thermal »

10 and 22 are beauts.....

All taken the same day??
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Post by Stephan Lodewijks »

Number 16 is, indeed, 100% a C-5, and I must say I'm surprised that some people think otherwise...it's almost like, say, seeing a clear picture of an F-14 and claiming it is an F-15...

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Thermal wrote:All taken the same day??
No from the last week in december untill now.
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Post by Boudewijn van Oirschot »

Very great pics :D , I always try to make the same from my room.
BTW do you live in the South part of Holland? Because almost all these planes comes overhead my house as well...

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