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Please post Panther camo patterns here.

Postby JayBrd » Tue Jun 28, 2011 1:45 am

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12th SS Pz Div Ardennes Dec '44
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Grossdeutchland July '44 (bad off color rendition)
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Postby magmer » Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:33 am

Some great camo schemes there, you can never have too many Panthers.

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Postby JayBrd » Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:50 pm

Here's a few more........

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Postby JayBrd » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:25 am

And some more!!

24th Pz Reg, Aachen Nov '44
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14th Pz Reg
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4th Pz reg Italy May-June '44
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Grossduetchland Eastern front Sept '44
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25th Pz Gren Div Berlin April '45
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21st Pz Div Germany April '45
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10th SS Pz Div Arnhem Sept '44
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3rd Pz Div East prussia Sept '44
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Western Front Winter '44
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Postby JayBrd » Sun Aug 14, 2011 2:42 am

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sPzJgAbt654 Grafenwoher '45
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R01 again..
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Postby Saxondog » Sun Aug 14, 2011 5:56 am

Excellent reference pictures, very helpful and so many command versions I have not seen before,any with the infra-red targeting sight?
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Postby JayBrd » Sun Aug 14, 2011 8:45 pm

Saxondog wrote:Excellent reference pictures, very helpful and so many command versions I have not seen before,any with the infra-red targeting sight?



Thanks Sax, The only thing I have been able to find on the IR equiped Panther is on the ones that were set up from 3.Kompanie, 24th Panzerregiment, 116th Panzerdivision. But nothing on any real detailed pictures that haven't been already posted..

Here is a good link for it though

http://strangevehicles.greyfalcon.us/Ni ... nthers.htm

Now Phil just needs to get his sets in stock so we can get some built!! :P
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Postby Saxondog » Sun Aug 14, 2011 11:22 pm

Very good link, lots of specific information on the system. I should have purchased from Phil when I had the chance and was building the Night fighter Jagdpanther, but other issues were more pressing.

The system was cutting edge for the era,and just would complete my Jagdpanther. Hopefully Phil will restock soon.

Thanks for the link, Sax
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Postby Dietrich » Mon Aug 15, 2011 1:01 am

LOL JayBrd ,
You beat me to the link...I was going to post the photos from that site....I have to be quicker off the mark :D :D
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Postby JayBrd » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:49 am

I have been editing in the units, dates, and areas of operation for the ones I have posted as I can update.
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Postby JayBrd » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:38 am

Some more...

116th Pz Ardennes Dec '44
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12th Pz Div Eastern Front Dec '43
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12th SS Pz Div Ardennes Dec '44
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12th SS Pz Div Belgium Spring '44
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13th Pz Div Eastern Front Fall '43
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19th Pz Div Warsaw Aug '44
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Sept '44
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2nd Pz Div Normandy Jun '44
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2nd SS Pz Div Eastern front Fall '43
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21st Pz Gren Div April '45
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24th Pz Regiment Normandy Mid '44
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3rd Pz Div Hungary March '45
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3rd SS Pz Div Warsaw Aug '44
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4th Pz Div Eastern Front Sept '44
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4th Pz Div Poland July '44
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5th SS Pz Div poland April '44
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May '44
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June '44
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Mid '44
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9th Pz Div Ardennes Dec '44
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Sept '44
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Bonn March '45
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9th SS Ardennes Jan '45
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Fuhrer Gren Bde Ardennes Dec '44
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Oder Front '45
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Postby JayBrd » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:52 am

Paris Mid '44
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Pz lehr Div Ardennes Dec '44
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106th Pz bde Luxemburg Sept '44
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Pz Div Holstein Germany March '45
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Pz Div Mncheberg Berlin '45
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Pz Div Feldherrnhalle Chek '45
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sPzJgAbt654 Normandy Aug '44
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Stoumont Dec '44
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Night fighter example (top image)
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This should be most of my collection..... Sorry for any reposts from ones I may have already posted ( I got lost in the moment :P ) ENJOY!!
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Postby DELTA-61 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 10:07 pm

Mi próximo proyecto modelístico es montar un Panther Ausf A a punto de ser emboscado por un comando del SAS en algún punto de Alemania a principios de 1945.

Este es el modelo:

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Fuente: http://modelismo.wehrmacht-info.com/pan ... modelismo/

Quisera hacerlo con zimmerit, del tipo Estandar vertical o Estandar vertical con líneas horizontales cruzadas:

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Fuente: http://hobbymex.com/feedback/tips/ZIMMERIT2.htm

La idea es que el Panther esté ya bastante "cascado" con sus desconchones en el zimmerit y demás zonas del blindaje.

El problema es que tengo varias dudas y te agradecería mucho si pudierais orientarme:

1ª.- Creo que el modelo A llevaba faldones laterales o Schürzen, porque he visto fotos en que los llevaban o no.

2ª.- En caso afirmativo, el zimmerit también se aplicaba a los faldones, porque también hay fotos con ambas opciones, aunque si dicen que el zimmerit se aplicaba en la fábrica, parece lógico que lo llevaran.

3ª.- Me gustaría huir del camuflaje tritonal y aplicarle solo el color verde sobre el amarillo oscuro que llevaban como color base.

En fin, gracias anticipadas por vuestra ayuda.

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Postby edpanzer » Thu Apr 30, 2015 5:59 pm

Una cerveza por favor y unos cacahuetes sorry only Spanish I know :(

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Postby DELTA-61 » Thu Apr 30, 2015 8:51 pm

No lo entiendo que quiere decirme. Lo siento.

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Postby Swamprat33 » Fri May 01, 2015 12:05 am

Here is the text from the link translated into 'Google English'.
I found it quite useful althoug I believe that the number 6 cross hatch pattern was also used on Daimler Benz built Panthers.
Tim

CHOOSING THE PROPER STANDARD ZIMMERIT

Early summer 1943 offensive operations under the Germans and it was during this period that he was introduced Zimmerit.
The Zimmerit paste was applied to the vertical parts of the German armor. in an effort to prevent and Adhesive Magnetic Soviet mines, which needed a steel surface where enough to damage or destroy the vehicle while staying.
Zimmerit development again offered protection against magnetic mines, not simply putting a metal layer between the explosive charges and vehicles. The Zimmerit also created an uneven surface, which reduced the contact area of mines, a British report of Major JW Thompson. In July 1945, the Zimmerit was developed in Berlin by CW Zimmer Co. (hence the name), this consisted of 40% barium sulfate, 25% of polyvinyl acetate, 15% ocher pigment, 10% sawdust and 10% of zinc sulfate.
Zimmerit was used until mid-1944 when it was removed for ineffectiveness against anti-tank improved (especially rockets) conducted by the German historical references indicate that different types and patterns Zimmerit were used ammunition. The applications of the factory were generally neat and uniform in appearance, while field applications were lower due to battle conditions available for the crew. This list is intended to make a synopsis of types of vehicle and pattern generally associated with each. Please note that exceptions (especially field applications), contradict this list. It is a very general guide, so it is important that references be consulted before making the model.
Bob Oehler
Vehicle Name / Model Pattern Zimmerit
Tiger I (mid / pass) 1
King Tiger (Porsche turrets and early versions of Henschel) 1
Panther D (versions), G (early versions) 3,4,5
Jagdtiger (Porsche suspension only) 1
Jagdpanther (early versions) 6
Brummbär 1
Panzer III (M, N) 1
Panzer IV (H medium versions / passes, J early) 1
Panzer IV L / 70, L / 46 1
Sturmgeschütz III G (early versions / medium) 1.7
Sturmgeschütz IV (early versions / medium) 2
Sturmtiger 1
Elephant 1

(1) Ridged pattern

(2) Sturmgeschütz in a zig-zag

(3) First pattern of vertically oval-shaped Panther

(4) Second panther pattern oval-shaped vertically

(5) vertically ridged, first Panther pattern with second square pattern

(6) Cross hatch pattern

(7) Patron shaped biscuit (Waffle)
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