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Betty Bomber (Mitsubishi G4M3 Navy Type 1 Attack Bomber) at Truk Lagoon in Micronesia
This Japanese Navy tactical bomber first took to the air in 1939, wi...
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Betty Bomber (Mitsubishi G4M3 Navy Type 1 Attack Bomber) at Truk Lagoon in Micronesia
This Japanese Navy tactical bomber first took to the air in 1939, with mass production starting in 1940. Her shape gave her the name "Flying Cigar", but she would also light up when shot, because of her unprotected fuel tanks. This aircraft could also carry torpedoes. It met its demise during the American Operation Hailstone assault of 17-18 Feb., 1944.

I used a Nikon D300 in an Aquatica housing with two Sea & Sea YS110 strobes. Lens used was a Tokina 10-17mm.

Camera set to manual mode with these setting:

ISO - 800
Aperture - f-9
Shutter speed - 1-160
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KC_photography1231
 
KC_photography1231 April 04, 2018
Where is this place
cedrictenorio
 
cedrictenorio August 01, 2019
awesome shot
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