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GBOAF
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Strange planes at Sydney Airport, NSW
« on: 06.06.06, 06:30 »

hi all, was looking over Sydney airport and saw these strange planes there:


What do you  think has happened here?

Is it just 2 images overlaying one-an-other?

Thanks

Gareth

Fixed Link to Image
« Last Edit: 06.06.06, 06:33 by Gareth Smart »
Tatu Kantomaa
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Re: Strange planes at Sydney Airport, NSW
« Reply #1 on: 06.06.06, 09:24 »

Yes, two images overlaying each other. No worries, Qantas and Virgin Blue fly normally as usual.  Grin

The link you set to the image... am I suppose to see the same image when I follow the link? If so, that does not work.

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GBOAF
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Re: Strange planes at Sydney Airport, NSW
« Reply #2 on: 06.06.06, 10:13 »

no it just takes you to the main imageshack.us file library site.

If you want the like to the actual photo let me know and I will post it Smiley

Thanks Tatu! I know now that i can trust these opperators when i fly inside Australia when i visit Grin

Gareth
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Re: Strange planes at Sydney Airport, NSW
« Reply #3 on: 06.06.06, 11:53 »

Geoff Cooper
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Re: Strange planes at Sydney Airport, NSW
« Reply #4 on: 06.06.06, 12:41 »

For some reason the images of fast moving things (eg aircraft) always seem to have a ghost image with them. The camera must be taking two pictures and then overlaying them... My guess is that one is monochrome and very fast (contrast?) while the other is in colour and has a slightly longer exposure (hence the blur). These images are then combined and for most things they align correctly...

Geoff


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