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It certainly looks real - one thing to be careful about....

June 10 2017 at 7:26 AM
Bruce Culver  (Login baker24)
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Response to I have seen this pic before but never in

Many photos and movies that we have seen in B&W were originally shot in color. Many books didn't have the budget to print color photos, so they were copied in B&W. A lot of movie footage in WW2 was in color, but early TV - like "Victory at Sea" - was B&W, so the films were shown in B&W, and we assumed that's what they were. A good example is the explosion of the forward magazines on the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, shot in color by a Navy officer, but often seen in B&W. If this Tiger II is colorized, the guy is Michaelangelo.....happy.gif One thing I find very interesting is that the RAL 7028 Dunkelgelb looks like the "ausgabe 1944" variant, which would be correct as one of the choices available at the factory, depending on supplies.

This message has been edited by baker24 from IP address on Jun 10, 2017 7:31 AM

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  1. Looking at this photo, with the badly scratched paint surfaces.... - Bruce Culver on Jun 10, 2017, 7:41 AM

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