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Part of the hobby

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jarrell, May 14, 2007.

  1. of model railroading is collecting (and photographing :smile: ) the vehicles that populate a layout. Here are a couple of HO 1/87th scale Ford Model A's.....
    A Sport Coupe
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    and a Model A truck..
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    and this for size reference..
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    Photos made with a Nikon 990 3.3 mp camera.
  2. Ford Model A

    My father owned a body shop and he restored a Ford Model A What a

  3. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Great pictures
    Wow they are tiny
  4. The amount of detail in these tiny cars is amazing! Great photos, Jarrell, I'd never have know their size from the pics.
  5. Isn't the 990 an amazing little camera for it's age!
  6. Without scale it would be hard to figure out the actual size of those cars. Course, those could be giant fingers and a normal size car.
  7. Those little cars are amazing. Without the last shot, I would never have thought that they were so tiny.
  8. That scale shot is awesome! Did you paint those yourself?
  9. Amazing photo's Jarrell, especially the one with the fingers in the image.
  10. SRA


    Jul 29, 2005
    Orem, Utah

    Not only are the cars amazing, but the camera. That is impressibe quality and sharpness from a 3.3 meg camera. Must be the photographer. :smile:
  11. Remember way back when the 990 first came out (to think it was nearly $1000... wow!)? It's still my favorite for shooting small things very easily.
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