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  • aviatoruk
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    If the "big" fighters are not small props, then why are PC-12s and even Stearmans considered as small props?
    I would also like to know what categories a Piper Super Cub and the small scale Spitfire replicas are
    Thanks

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  • ltba.spotter
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    Originally posted by ErwinS View Post
    No. To small to be considered special c/s.
    Thanks!

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  • ErwinS
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    No. To small to be considered special c/s.

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  • ltba.spotter
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    Hi,
    Do i need to select special scheme for this because of that sticker?
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=5734505

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  • stawka
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    Please add PZL M-18 Dromader to the list at first post, as with MTOW 5300kg category "small prop" is disputable and should be clearly decided by moderators (only 80% photos of this A/C have this category checked).

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  • Dysko
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    Originally posted by ErwinS View Post
    warbird pls
    Thank you!

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  • ErwinS
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    warbird pls

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  • Dysko
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    Is a Bronco considered "Small prop" and "Warbird"?

    In particular I'm referring to the one registered as F-AZKM.

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  • franzgallic
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    Originally posted by ErwinS View Post
    Small prop and warbird/vintage since she is a museum piece.

    Brgds
    Thank you very much Erwin.

    Regards,


    Franz Galli

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  • ErwinS
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    Small prop and warbird/vintage since she is a museum piece.

    Brgds

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  • franzgallic
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    Hi everyone, this photo of this UAV was rejected twice for: - Categories wrong or missing First time I selected: small prop Second time I did not select nothing. What category should I check? Thank you for your help.

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  • brianw999
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    Yes, cockpit category please.

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  • hongmng
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    Originally posted by hongmng View Post
    Should a photo like this count as "flight deck"?

    Beech C-45 Expeditor N70GA Steep Bank by Hongming Zheng, on Flickr

    Thanks in advance
    anyone?

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  • hongmng
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    Should a photo like this count as "flight deck"?

    Beech C-45 Expeditor N70GA Steep Bank by Hongming Zheng, on Flickr

    Thanks in advance

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  • brianw999
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    Originally posted by Bruce View Post
    Do pictures of aircraft on the ground taken from an airborne helicopter need any special categories checked? What about a picture of a concourse pier of gates with planes at the gates, closeup to show just the planes but also shows some of the concourse building itself - airport overview?
    To answer your first sentence, the helicopter issue. The fact that you are in a helicopter makes no difference to being on the ground. Otherwise it depends on the subject. A shot of a single aircraft that fills the frame is judged category wise the same as if it was taken from on the ground. It is uploaded using the the reg, airline and c/n etc. Not airport overview.

    Answering your second part.. Multiple planes at the gates = ramp shot and airport overview. Same goes for a closeup of multiple planes at the gates. Ramp and overview. If you upload a single aircraft at the gate then it is not ramp or overview.

    Basically, if you upload using the aircraft data then the only categories needed are those that apply to the individual aircraft.
    If the view has multiple aircraft and parts of the airport as the scene then it's just ramp/terminal/control tower (as appropriate) and overview, but not any aircraft specific categories.

    Bit of a complicated answer, hope it helps.

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