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Man, this plane is a lot bigger than what I usually fly!

 

Rob

 

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Really really great shots.

 

Do you mind telling me how you did the fourth shot? I love the perspective.

 

Thanks lee

 

 

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Really really great shots.

 

Do you mind telling me how you did the fourth shot? I love the perspective.

 

Thanks lee

 

 

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Thanks, I used the free camera view, and moved the camera with the arrow keys it to where I wanted, than took the shot. You have to pause it while you do it, otherwise the plane will be long gone.

 

Rob

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This plane is definitely on my purchase list...BTW. Superb shots :Applause:

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really good pics, are these xp10?

i love the mountains


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W-O-W!!! Beautiful.Looks like a High Quality addon,Great to see another developer coming to X-Plane.


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Excellent job with XP10 Rob! :smile:

 

Darryl

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That shots are simply great!

What was your route?


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all x-plane needs are good addon developers, and this C-17 surely proofs it :)


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