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“Mit Der Kamera an der Front” Als Kriegsberichter bei der I.(J)/LG 2 und dem JG 77

Luftfahrtverlag-START Decals
1/48 scale

S u m m a r y :

Catalogue Number, Description and Scale:

Spezial-Decals - “Mit Der Kamera an der Front” Als Kriegsberichter bei der I.(J)/LG 2 und dem JG 77 Translate as "With the camera at the front"

1/48 scale

Contents & Media

1 sheet of decals and a fold out instruction set of 4 A5 pages


When ordered together with the book, the Decal costs € 17.50 . 19,50 € including VAT, plus shipping costs available online from Luftfahrtverlag-Start

Review Type:

First Look


Some very interesting and different Bf 109E-7s and F-4s. Photographic backup to the profiles. Decals have good register.




An interesting set from a new company for earlier Bf 109 versions.

Reviewed by David Couche

Xtradecal's 1/72 scale DH.82a Tiger Moth Pt.1 is available online from Squadron.com

F i r s t L o o k


This set of decals covers the earlier versions of the Bf 109, mainly the E-7 and F-4 versions. The set offers markings for 12 aircraft, 8 for the E-7 variants and 2 for the F-4 variants. The decal set only contains the unit markings, numbers/codes and kill markings. You will need appropriate balkenkreuz, data stencils and other markings from your kit decals or other aftermarket sets.



The decals appear to have excellent register and are crisp and clearly printed. They seem to be thin and should settle down well. There is no printer name with these so I’m not sure of how they will react with decal solutions or their application to the model.



I really like decal companies that supply photo references with their decals, and Start decals has done that well.




C o n c l u s i o n


A very interesting and well laid out set of decals and profiles from Luftfahrtverlag-Start for earlier Bf 109 E and F’s.

Thanks to Luftfahrtverlag-START for this sample.


Text and Images Copyright 2014 by David Couche
This Page Created on 19 July, 2019
Last updated 14 August, 2019

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