On assignment with Fujifilm's latest offering - the X-T2 and the 100-400mm and the 10-24mm lens.
This was the return of an Airshow back to the London, Ontario Canada area in 8 or 12 years depending if you count flyins as airshows. For an airshow in Ontario - this one has the most military aircraft I have ever seen. Four CF-18s, Three F-15s, Four F-16s, Two F-22s, Two E-2s, One B-1 Lancer, One Hercules, Nine Snowbirds, One P-8, One KC-135, One RC-135 plus all the private warbirds. Not a show to be missed!
The RCAF CC-130J Hercules getting ready to take the Skyhawks up for their jump.
Not sure the F-22 team were happy with streamers being dropped onto them
The E-2 Hawkeye with a hawk
Major Dan (Rock) Dickenson gets ready for flight in the F-22 Raptor
The B1 Lancer
The Snowbirds get ready to take off
On the double cross
The X sign
The Snowbirds on top of the F-22
An amazing airshow.
I have to thank Fujifilm Canada for providing me with their latest flagship camera along with their longest zoom lens - XF 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR for an assignment at Airshow London this past weekend.