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    New video clips

    Hi guys,

    new projection system, new dual core cpu...
    A cinematic experience, and my trusty old FS9 now runs smooth as silk!

    I put 3 new videos on my website - check them out if you have time.

    Best regards,
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    Fascinating Hans. Thanks for sharing

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    Hans,
    I really like the new projection system but I like the older videos better. When I can see you in the sim I get a better feel for the level of immersion. If you could reshoot the vids from the other angle I think they would be better.

    Just my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    ...you could reshoot the vids from the other angle I think they would be better.
    Hi Andy,

    I see your point.
    On the other hand, a fixed camera will only show a small portion of the screen; I thought that the panning during the shoot (with the sim in replay) would give a better impression on how my cockpit "feels" nowadays...

    I'll shoot some more clips next weekend!

    Take care,
    Hans

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    No words to say....Fantastic..

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    Those are neat. I fancy the idea of landing my L45 at St. Barts, but alas, the 'realism' freak in me rears it's ugly head and I dont know if I could bring myself to do it! Ive been eyeing the St. Maartin scenery and deciding if I want it or not- it's a great place to fly the L45 to! But, how many other airports in the scenery/area are actually capable of handling a corporate jet besides Princess Juliana?

    Regardless, it's good to see your video projection going so well. Thanks for the videos.
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    So whats not real about landing the L45 there? Looks to me that the runways are more then big enough to handle it..... Would seem to me to be the beauty of a biz jet. Go anyplace that could handle the type... Thats why cooperations own them....
    Bob Reed

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    Namely because 2100 feet is a bit shy of what's needed to land a Learjet safely! Not to mention actually get it off the ground.

    Real life story....One day while plane spotting out at Craig Airport in Jacksonville, FL, there was a Falcon jet that had came in a few hours earlier and several people were wondering if the thing would make it out safely. About 20 minutes later, the crew walked out, preflighted, and fired her up. While she was being taxied down to the active, a crowd gathered outside and with the exception of the birds in the trees and the sound of the engines on that Falcon jet, you coulnt hear a sound. Everyone stood, waiting to see how much of the 4000' long runway she would eat up before she rotated. She made it, but only narrowly. I'd guess there was only 2-300 feet left of runway by the time it rotated.
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    As a matter of fact that L45 landing was my last flight in the sim. So I have to fiere it up again to see if I can take off. My guess is I can, but payload and fuel will have to be at a minimum. Just enough fuel to get me to Princess Juliana Airport on St.Marten!

    Btw, I have all realism settings in FS9 cranked up to max. For this flight, I used the standard FS9 Lear45. Braking was done with the two differential brakes, no thrust reverser. And since I came in a bit to fast, I did need all of the runway...

    Hans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomlin View Post
    Namely because 2100 feet is a bit shy of what's needed to land a Learjet safely! Not to mention actually get it off the ground.

    Real life story....One day while plane spotting out at Craig Airport in Jacksonville, FL, there was a Falcon jet that had came in a few hours earlier and several people were wondering if the thing would make it out safely. About 20 minutes later, the crew walked out, preflighted, and fired her up. While she was being taxied down to the active, a crowd gathered outside and with the exception of the birds in the trees and the sound of the engines on that Falcon jet, you coulnt hear a sound. Everyone stood, waiting to see how much of the 4000' long runway she would eat up before she rotated. She made it, but only narrowly. I'd guess there was only 2-300 feet left of runway by the time it rotated.
    We Have a Dassault Falcon 900b and Falcon 50. based on a 6,000 foot runway, We arrive and depart out of airports with as little as 4,000 feet often. Those things are powerhouses. But I think 4,000 would be a minimum

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