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    Test Flight from NZCH to YBBN

    Some pictures of today's "Test Flight" from Christchurch to Brisbane:

    Enroute, the Captain left the cockpit to provide a better view of our visual system (not exactly positioned, by the way, still some adjustments to be done):



















    Weather Radar on ... some nasty echoes ...



    After landing in BrisVegas ... overcast and rainy ...





    On the blocks, before shutting down to "dark and cold"



    The hardware works perfect now, the software needs still some troubleshooting and trimming ...

    Thanks for watching!
    René Billiani
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    René, beautiful photos and a beautiful cockpit. Thanks for the ride

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    Beautiful cockpit! Amazing craftsmanship flightdeck. I look forward to seeing more pictures when everything is lined up and finished. Great job.

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    Wow, real enough to actually be there. Great job!
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    We don't need no stinkin' ETOPS!



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    Wow, amazing cockpit
    What goes up, must come down, one way or the other.

    Safe landings

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    Thumbs up

    Wow - looks great - what equipment you using there?
    I'm missing my sim - its all in storage whilst I move house and having to get my "sim fix" through all the photos!!
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    COOL SIM YOU"VE GOT THERE

    you must be proud the visual system is great is that just widefs you're using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737 Gez View Post
    COOL SIM YOU"VE GOT THERE

    you must be proud the visual system is great is that just widefs you're using?
    That would not be WidefS it would be WideView. Two different programs. My guess is he is using the Triple Head to Go.
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    Sorry bob,

    I get mixed up now and again with all this stuff

    Must be geddin old (i dont think so! )

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    The hardware is mostly manufactured by COCKPITSONIC from Germany, the visuals achieved by three beamer system, connected via a MATROX TripleHead2Go Graphic card!
    René Billiani
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