Can anyone identify the fighter here in this picture taken from a Dornier-do17?
Relative thickness of the airfoil, thickness repartition over span, and low dihedral angle of the entire wing, tells it's a Hurricane.
In addition to @qq jkztd's very good answer, I'd like to add that the Spitfire never had a such a wide oil radiator under the fuselage. That to me was the dead giveaway that it was a Hurricane. Quite a durable but honestly lackluster fighter.
It's a Hurricane. No Spitfire of any Mark had a radiator under the fuselage, whereas every Hurricane, from the prototype to the "Last of the Many" did. And that is NOT a carburetor (carburettor in British English) air inlet. Re the comment about the canopy, Mark I Spits had a narrow canopy. No framed greenhouse, but not blown out at the sides either. The earliest Mark I Spits had a canopy that effectively was just an extension of the windscreen. Later ones had a bulged top for more head clearance, but still had flat sides. Later Marks featured the "blown" canopy that was bulged on the sides as well.
Agree with qq jkztd.
Also the canopy. You can just about make out the lines (in profile, it looks like a greenhouse) plus it's narrower. A Spit's is more bulbous.