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Westland Wirlwind at Cosford


I made the 1,000,000 th post
I have always struggled in the past to get sharp images of old heli's with main rotor blur due to a slow main rotor speed. However technology really helps nowadays my Lumix G9 with its dual lens and in body stabilisation means I can pan and shoot a 250mm equiv focal length at 1/125 and still get decent results!

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
This worked perfectly. I'm surprised that a 1953 Sikorski Whirlwind is still being flown. I guess the RAF is as bad as our RCAF for keeping dinosaurs in the air. :D