Plan Type 056 Class Opv/corvette

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    Now THAT makes much more sense. Lugging around just antiship missiles on 056 is sort of senseless, with myriad of other platforms being able to do the same. But having stand off ASW weapons option for select 056 on ASW duty is much more sensible.
     
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    54 launches in 78 months

    thats 1 every 1.5 months or average of 8 per year

    final order of 64 could be finished next year if its not increased
     
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    SR2410C operating on the C13B (Bangladesh export Type 056). The motion blur points to the radar rotating at a rapid speed, faster than the navigation radars.


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    do you know the speed?, like 60 rpm ?
     
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    Possible. Even more. Broad daylight. Which means the shutter has to be fast to avoid overexposure. To get a blur like that on broad daylight with high shutter speed, the antenna must be turning very fast.
     
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    Surveillance Radar would normally spin at 60 rpm
     
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    Combat lighting...

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    It's possible that it looks like broad daylight precisely because the shutter speed is slow.
     
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    Its the opposite. Faster shutter speeds less light in, lower shutter speeds more light in. Bright sunlight means faster shutter speeds because you need less light to prevent overexposure. If you look at the picture, you will see the rotating navigation radar next to the SR2410C and its quite sharp.
     
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    But slower shutter speed will make dusk seem like "bright sunlight".
     
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