Stuff Report – 19 June 2016

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After all the travelling around of the last few days, we’re having a relaxed day in.

So here are some more photos from yesterday’s air show, starting with this nifty Beech 18:

Beech 18

Beech 18

Camera: X-T1
Aperture: ƒ/13
Shutter speed: 1/500s
Focal length: 400mm
ISO: 800
Taken: 18 June, 2016
Location: 51° 20.7893′ 0″ N 2° 58.8498′ 0″ W

And moving on to a rather nice autogyro:

Calidus Autogyro

Calidus Autogyro

Camera: X-T1
Aperture: ƒ/11
Shutter speed: 1/500s
Focal length: 365.7mm
ISO: 400
Taken: 18 June, 2016
Location: 51° 20.7893′ 0″ N 2° 58.8498′ 0″ W

And this lovely little Wasp, which if we’d hung around at the Helicopter Museum instead of going to the seafront, we might have seen up close:

Wasp

Wasp

Camera: X-T1
Aperture: ƒ/10
Shutter speed: 1/500s
Focal length: 400mm
ISO: 500
Taken: 18 June, 2016
Location: 51° 20.7893′ 0″ N 2° 58.8498′ 0″ W

And while we left too early to see the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, we did get to see this Hurricane showing off quite nicely:

Hurricane

Hurricane

Camera: X-T1
Aperture: ƒ/11
Shutter speed: 1/500s
Focal length: 560mm
ISO: 500
Taken: 18 June, 2016
Location: 51° 20.7893′ 0″ N 2° 58.8498′ 0″ W

And here’s another Red Arrows shot for you:

Reds

Reds

Camera: X-T1
Aperture: ƒ/6.9
Shutter speed: 1/1000s
Focal length: 328.7mm
ISO: 400
Taken: 18 June, 2016
Location: 51° 20.7893′ 0″ N 2° 58.8498′ 0″ W

This was a great exercise for the 100-400mm lens and the 1.4x teleconverter – it’s amazing how much detail the X-T1 captured of some of these aircraft which to the naxed eye were just dark shapes against the sky.