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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Departing Wien SINTI1D

    Got a little flying in today. First flight was Prague LKPR-LSGG, but I didn't take any photos. Then, LSGG-LOWW, and these photos from LOWW to LOWI.

    Weather was generally fair with wind from the west and mid-level Q.

    Ready for push out of stand 51 at Wien. Fly Tampa scenery.



    Departing on the SINTI1D departure.



    I just installed this in the sim because it looked good. I found out it really does work.



    Turning to RTT from Chiem. This is the FAF for the off-set localizer approach for LOWI. You must be at 9500' at RTT to succesfully complete this approach.



    A lot of haze at Innsbruck this evening. Before this was taken all I could see was the white rabbit.



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    That's some nice looking scenery...I think I have it too. FT LOWW? I need to fly over there one day! Long way from USA. Great shots- I like how you implemented the sim into some shots.
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    Looks fantastic Mike. Thanks for the pics

    Matt Olieman

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Thanks. Yep, Fly Tampa.

    I have to get a better camera one of these days. The Motorola Razer isn't cutting it.
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    What's with the window sun screen? What is it and where did you get it? Can't tell if it is phycsical in front of the monitor or an in-sim effect. Thanks.

    best,

    .................john

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    A little idea stolen from her sister 737 aircraft.

    You can find them at auto parts stores and probably Wally-World. It's a large auto sun visor. It has a mount and can be adjusted left or right as well as swung up out of the way.
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    Michael,
    Thats looks really awesome man, really nice look for sure. Good to see ya enjoying the ol 27 tearing up the European airspace.

    Tim

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    500+ This must be a daytime job JBaymore's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    A little idea stolen from her sister 737 aircraft.

    You can find them at auto parts stores and probably Wally-World. It's a large auto sun visor. It has a mount and can be adjusted left or right as well as swung up out of the way.
    Yeah, I'ver seen those in the auto parts stores. Was planning on getting one eventually. I was thinking mainly "cocpit ambience"; never thought about it really adding some function. I use a projector for the front view.... so it might be pretty realistic.

    I was thinking from the photo that it might be an "in sim" effect addon. Yes... your Motorola Razor cell phone camera is not the best for this kind of thing.

    Thanks for the fast reply.

    best,

    ...........john

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Surprisingly, it really does cut down on the glare.
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    Absolutely fantastic setup,would really want your building skills..
    What goes up, must come down, one way or the other.

    Safe landings

    Martin
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