Physical differences between the Ta152H and the Ta152E?

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    Pending the release of Eagle Editions/Monogram Ta152 publication, can anyone tell me if there were any physical differences between the Ta152H and the Ta152E.

    I have a spare Ta152H kit and thought a conversion to the Ta152E would be quite easy.

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    #2 Wurger, Feb 15, 2010
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    Ta 152 E-0/ E-1 photographic reconnaissance version of the Ta 152C, with standard wing.
    Ta 152 E-2 high-altitude version, powered by a Junkers Jumo 213E engine and with the H-series wing. But only a single prototype was completed.

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    Thank you VERY much for prompt reply!!

    Now trying to track down any conversion sets for camera bay.

    If it not too cheeky a question - what is your reference for the excellent profiles?

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    As momo serves I have seen similar ones in a Kagero books for Fw190 ( Fw190 Monographs series vol.IV)
     
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    Thakns VERY much
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