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G-CRZA, 2008 CZAW SportCruiser, C/N: PFA 338-14657

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G-CRZA, 2008 CZAW SportCruiser C/N PFA 338-14657, CZAW Sportcruiser at The Real Aeroplane Company's Summer Madness All Comers Fly-In, Breighton Airfield, August 2010.

CZAW Sportcruiser at The Real Aeroplane Company's Summer Madness All Comers Fly-In, Breighton Airfield, August 2010.

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Photographer: Malcolm Clarke
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Shot Date: 2010-08-22
Airport: EGBR
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Upload Date: 2016-05-09
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Device Manufacturer: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 40D
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Shot Time: 2010:08:22 11:58:02
Original Image Size: 1200 x 800 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/250 sec
F Number: f/13
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 200
Focal Length: 30 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
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  • G-CRZA @ EGBR - CZAW Sportcruiser at Breighton Airfield's Summer Madness All Comers Fly-In in August 2010. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR
  • G-CRZA @ EGBR - CZAW Sportcruiser at Breighton Airfield's Summer Madness All Comers Fly-In in August 2010. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR
  • G-CRZA @ EGBR - CZAW Sportscruiser at Breighton Airfield's Summer Madness & All Comers Fly-In. August 22nd 2010. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR
  • G-CRZA @ EGBR - CZAW Sportcruiser at Breighton Airfield's Summer Fly-In, August 2011. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR
  • G-CRZA @ EGBR - CZAW Sportcruiser at Breighton Airfield's Summer Madness All Comers Fly-In in August 2010. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR