Petr JONAS (CZE)
04 - En-route photographs for microlights
4.31.8 The en-route photographs used for navigation tasks of Microlights must be taken from the air, between 150
and 300m AGL in the direction of the track, not more than 30 degrees off the track direction. The object on
the photograph, that has to be found by the competitor, must not lie more than 200m off the track.
The reason for this change is that some en-route photographs span several hundred meters on the ground, often more than what is the tolerance for locating the photo in the competition map.
It must be perfectly clear to the crew, which exact object on the photo is to be used as a reference point to indicate it's location in the map precisely.