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Old 02-10-2015, 04:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Made by Phoenix, pretty nice models. The moving flaps are a pleasant surprise but the main gear could be improved a bit. Whatever, I like these two and I hope you will too...






















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Old 02-10-2015, 06:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Very nice models Tomas! (y) (y) (y)

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Old 02-10-2015, 08:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Very nice models. I have the Air Koryo, Interflug, and Cubana versions. I also have two 1/72 ones and a Soviet era Aeroflot example. Thanks for sharing those pics.

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Does Slovakia still use these airplanes?

Their neighbor the Czech Republic has upgraded from Russian to recent narrow body Airbus.
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Hah, I didn't even know these existed, I may need to get one too
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Nice one! Had no clue they made moveable flaps! JCW should do that.
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Mmm two registrations? Are these for a special market?

Think these would have looked better on the JC mould but if possible I will get them anyway.

Thanks for showing!
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Old 02-10-2015, 04:41 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Does Slovakia still use these airplanes?
Only BYO is in active service. BYR is retired since 03/2010. Our government has no funds to get her airborne again so either a museum or being scrapped is her destiny

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Mmm two registrations? Are these for a special market?

Think these would have looked better on the JC mould but if possible I will get them anyway.

Thanks for showing!
Yes, they are limited (BYO 212 pcs, BYR 102 pcs) mostly for Slovakia and Czech republic, I believe.
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Old 02-10-2015, 04:46 PM   #9 (permalink)
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The flaps move? What do you mean, they do move up and down or also out of the wing?
Not familiar with russian models planes, but again, I am disapointed with the nose of the model. Which best Tupolev model maker is it? Phoenix, Herpa or JC? Still looking for pictures showing more angles.
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The flaps move? What do you mean, they do move up and down or also out of the wing?
Not familiar with russian models planes, but again, I am disapointed with the nose of the model. Which best Tupolev model maker is it? Phoenix, Herpa or JC? Still looking for pictures showing more angles.
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The flaps move up and down. I will try to take som pics later this week...
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Thank you very much, for the time. I also like the background as you photograph the model. Is this a professional photographers background ? I want to photograph my coming models, and share, but want to have a nice background like many members do here.
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Is this a professional photographers background ?
Oh no, it is just an A3 size piece of paper. That is all it takes. Some lights maybe. Than you have to find the best camera exposure settings. Try it a few times and it will come.... You'll be surprised how easy it is..
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Thank you Mr.Cvoxx, I have my Inflight200 Air China B747-400 that arrived and I did pictures last night in my room but its not good. I see other pictures here from others members and they look very real, very very nice but I need to try more times. Thank you for your help. I will try.
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Thank you Mr.Cvoxx, I have my Inflight200 Air China B747-400 that arrived and I did pictures last night in my room but its not good. I see other pictures here from others members and they look very real, very very nice but I need to try more times. Thank you for your help. I will try.
This what I like about this place.. I asked the same questions about a year ago and I got some help from members here:
http://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/...rope-737s.html
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This is very professional and I dont know how to, but will look to that link and will try.
Thank you very much for your answer.
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