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Corgi British

Type Fighter
Corgi item no. AA31905
Production run Unlimited

Photographs Copyright © Collin Riley 2005-2014
Spitfire Mk I, Sqn. Leader Brian Lane

Aviation Archive. Legends. Eventually I'm going to finish
re-photographing these older models. I purchased a second copy of this one because the original copy has gotten nicked and scratch from being used so many times as background. That seems the fate of Legends models; they are so easy to grab off the shelf and add to an image.

This model, like the one in the last update, was on page one of the British collection. At the time, I was using a Canon S10 digital point-and-shoot, which had a shutter button and a 1.5 inch screen, and minimum menu options. I'm on camera seven now (four Canons, one Lumix, and two Nikons). The recyclers got the S10 (which wore out), the kids got three of the Canons and the Lumix, and I kept the Canon SX100 (which I would be embarassed to give away) as well as the two Nikons. This, of course, explains the purpose of this web page (which confuses even me sometimes): it's to have an excuse to buy cameras!

Next. Now that I've bought my last camera ("or else", she says), can diecast be far behind? Or, in a pinch, would Corgi satisfy?


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