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#3394886 - 09/21/11 02:34 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Thanks again!

Er...can someone explain what a 'banana pass' is...?
I'll put one in part II.

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#3394905 - 09/21/11 03:05 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Is it a topside pass? If so it's about a 45 degree banked flypast along the length of the crowdline displaying the top of the aeroplane for photographers benefit. If you were looking from a Gods eye view the aeroplanes track would describe a curved convex (banana?) shape from say crowd left to crowd right.


Not a great vid but you'll get the point.


Edited by HarryR (09/21/11 03:14 PM)
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#3394917 - 09/21/11 03:20 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Originally Posted By: GloDark7
Thanks again!

Er...can someone explain what a 'banana pass' is...?
I'll put one in part II.

Glo


A banana pass is an arching 45 degree (sometimes greater) pass.

The video posted above is a banana pass. It's called a banana pass because if you look at the flight path of the airplane from above it looks like a banana.

USAF refers to it as a 'dedication pass'.
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#3394942 - 09/21/11 03:48 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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GloDark7, I *think* Counterman was just kidding, since that's really for photographers at air shows. I'm not sure it would help very many people watching your video, but it might make the performance more realistic.
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#3394947 - 09/21/11 03:52 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Blimey, I've seen loads of them and didn't even know it was called that. You live and learn!

Thanks for the info. If I do another one, I'll put a few in.
The 'photographers' can do print-screens while making shutter noises biggrin

BTW Counterman. Just looked at your Flickr page. Incredible shots.

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#3394970 - 09/21/11 04:23 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Banana pass = topside pass (in Europe). Agreed, Counterman your Flickr page shots are fantastic. And you managed to say what I said but in 1 line wink
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#3395088 - 09/21/11 08:15 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Great video!

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#3395113 - 09/21/11 09:35 PM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Impressive video and very nice soundtrack thumbsup

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#3395212 - 09/22/11 01:43 AM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Quite impressive--I'll hang onto that one to show the friends!

Thanks for sharing.
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#3395266 - 09/22/11 05:37 AM Re: The Wings of Prey Airshow 2011 [Re: GloDark7]
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Cheers thumbsup

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