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The sea world in FSX!

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Images taken in Saint Barthelemy (Marteen complete Tampa scenery add on)

 

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Wow—the reflections are even included! I wonder how FTX sea mammals compare. . . .

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Is the ".WTR" file realistic? Or do we need to tweak "waterbeast.cfg"? :p0816:

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The reflexions on the water, the lighting, the dolphins - simply awesome!

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Thanks all. The dolphins come with the tampa marteen scenery @ St Barth but requires a "very dense" scenery complexity setting.

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Fantastic!! Something other than an airplane in the foreground, and good looking too.

 

But I gotta ask, how do you pilot one of those things??

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is that the defualt beaver?

 

Yes it is the default de Havilland Beaver DHC2 .

 

Fantastic!! Something other than an airplane in the foreground, and good looking too.

 

But I gotta ask, how do you pilot one of those things??

 

Thanks for the comment. If you are asking about the "dolphin" :) they pilot themselves but its easy to use EZDOK cam to follow them and take images. and if you are asking about the beaver i do it as i do the cessna the only difference is that my runway is water not ground :) and my wheels are the skis... hehe

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they pilot themselves

 

I have to admit to having been more than a little facetious, but now I have to admit I'm kind of impressed that you can follow them in EZDOK. Neat :-)

 

Guess they could be viewed as underwater AI.

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