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Is this POH from Carenado supposed to look this trashy?

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I can read it fine... just looks like a scan - hey at least you get real poh charts!


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Just in case anybody gets this wrong, the only small concern about the POH pages given is the fact that you can scan an image with e. g. 50dpi or 150dpi. Carenado sometimes chose the first setting.Now I don't know what this "raising hell' sidetopic was or is about, but a POH chart doesn't get 'realistic' if you scan it the wrong way and therefore render it close to unreadable. It's really "interesting" to read that some of you may have seen rw POHs in bad condition, but I'm sure that those docs came readable when buying the plane back in the days.The threadstarter's wording is a bit too harsh in my eyes, but the simple suggestion to either watch those scans (their quality) or leave them out isn't a bad thing at all. We may agree there.The Milviz C310 gives a nice example of a very good and informative POH rendition, including scans, while some current Carenado ones could be improved. Does this make you want to run heads now? I don't know. I'm flying both dev's planes with pleasure so far.

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