Another dead end.

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Another dead end.

Postby MrWidgeon » Sun May 24, 2009 10:17 pm

The He 119 V-3.

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Re: Another dead end.

Postby TASSE » Mon May 25, 2009 11:17 am

Certainly a dead end. The only photo that i have of this is the landplane version. But for the sake of information here is a clip from Ernst Heinkels autobiography.

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I dont fancy the pilots job sitting beside that spinning drive shaft.

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Re: Another dead end.

Postby JMSmith » Mon May 25, 2009 3:21 pm

hi guys,

here all i have, another shot and a drawing.

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Re: Another dead end.

Postby dogsbody » Tue May 26, 2009 4:39 am

This is from the ARCO booklet " Heinkel an aircraft album ", copyright by Ian Allan, 1970.

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Sorry, no drawings.

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Re: Another dead end.

Postby TASSE » Tue May 26, 2009 1:14 pm

I dont know Chris. I get the same thing when copying from books. Its to do with the image being printed with millions of dots. I would like to find a way of getting rid of them. Can somebody enlighten me? I need a computer guru.

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Re: Another dead end.

Postby JMSmith » Tue May 26, 2009 5:09 pm

hi chris,

the higher the dpi the worse it gets, try scanning using the various filters
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Re: Another dead end.

Postby seawings » Thu May 28, 2009 8:07 am

TASSE wrote:I dont know Chris. I get the same thing when copying from books. Its to do with the image being printed with millions of dots. I would like to find a way of getting rid of them. Can somebody enlighten me? I need a computer guru.

TASSE.


It's all to do with 'Moire' removal..................

Scan the picture at a high dpi and you get an enlarged image, then hit it with the Moire removal icon - I have that in Paint Shop Pro - then reduce it down to the size you wish to view it at, and mostly it's gone. You have to be careful as too much Moire removal will cause the image to go a bit 'hazy' or 'not so sharp as it was' but once you have experimented a couple of times you should see what the best setting is.

It works for me most of the time. I use it mostly when scanning the old 1930's Aeroplane pages - all newsprint with dots but the results sometimes are stunning - go have a look at the Empire stuff on the main site for instance.

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Re: Another dead end.

Postby JMSmith » Thu May 28, 2009 7:00 pm

see chris,

told you that bryan was still alive :P

anybody would think he as a real life out there.
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