3D model of a British biplane fighter aircraft designed by Herbert Smith and manufactured by the Sopwith Aviation Company. The first flight took place on December 22, 1916. The Camel was primarily used by the British Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service during World War I. The aircraft is well-known for its agility and prowess in dogfights, and it became one of the most successful fighter planes of the war, shooting down around 1,300 enemy aircraft. The Sopwith Camel gained notoriety due to its unique twin Vickers machine guns and its difficult handling characteristics, making it a challenging aircraft for inexperienced pilots.
The model is made in compliance with the proportions and dimensions of the real aircraft.
All files were "smoothed", but you can write to us and get a version with the original geometry. You can download the model in any convenient format.
Object has separated main parts so that you can easily make any changes and modify materials.
- Textures are included in the set; - Images were rendered in V-Ray without post-processing.
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