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  1. I want to start this off by saying hello to all of you! I've been a lurker for awhile, viewing all the great pictures, videos, interresting disscuions and very helpful advice and I just want to be a part of it, adding to the chat and help when I can. I started with a copy of FS2002 I won back when it was brand new, but I was stuck with about 4fps on low settings. I really got into it in FS2004 when we could finally afford a computer to run it. Before that I survived on the occasional trips to the flea market and cleaning the shelves of old AOPA and Flying magazine's and driving out to our 'local' (30min drive for the closest) GA fields to watch the planes take-off and land for a few hours. We never really had much in the way of money, so lessons where never on the table, but that was more then enough to keep me happy. Now a-days I take flight sims pretty seriously and am constently looking to taking it to that next step, I focus mostly on single and multi-engine props and I live for that Alaskan bush. Following rivers, canyon's and roads all to find that little 800ft strip surrounded in trees with 2mi vis.. is, well, fun for me. - That outta the way, heres the video: Now, this flight was a get-up-and-go flight just to get reacquainted with FS again as I hadn't flown in a few weeks and was also my first flight in this plane. Normally I plan things out, have alt. airfields set up, but this wasn't a serious flight and I really hadn't planned on recording, it was just the sky and plane looked so good. It gets pretty dark at the end and fullscreen will likely help you see, but honestly, I couldn't see anything myself. I'd just flown in and out of here so many times I know the area like the back of my hand. Thanks, Dan.
  2. Here's my latest offering....
  3. Glacier Bay and then some! FTX Southern Alaska (SAK) offers much more than "just" the famous cruise ship destinations of coastal Alaska. It covers a whopping 200,000 square miles from Anchorage to Watson Lake (Yukon Territory), and Kenai to Juneau, with Valdez, Skagway, and Whitehorse as other major hubs. A wide variety of landscapes -- coastal fjords, braided rivers, spectacular glaciers, alpine tundra, lake-dotted muskegs, vast forests, and a few urban centers -- all have been recreated in great detail and accuracy. A dozen key landmark areas are featured with seasonal photoreal coverage and custom models, and hundreds of glaciers also use photoreal textures. Just like with our other region titles we've given every single one of the ~270 airports, airstrips, and seaplane bases in the region an upgrade, with more accurate placements of runways and taxiways as well as buildings, hangars, moving people (and creatures), and lots of "clutter". Every single square mile of land class is hand placed and all major roads, rivers, lakes, powerlines, and vertical obstructions are included for accurate VFR flying. Last but not least all ground textures are hand-annotated with our custom autogen objects. Continues coverage north from Orbx PFJ Fully compatible with Tongass Fjords X Hand-placed landclass covers every sq mile Accurate roads, rivers, lakes, powerlines Over 270 airports have been upgraded Custom Skagway airport/harbor by Jon Patch Selected photoreal landmark/urban areas Hundreds of photoreal glaciers Custom autogen textures and objects Superb ground textures by Matt Tomkins 20m Holgermesh for high terrain detail The perfect addition to NA BLUE series For further details, screenshots and to purchase visit The FlightSim Store: http://www.flightsimstore.com/product_info.php?products_id=2386
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