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Holy night lighting Batman! Milviz Kingair

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Ambience, Lights, Reflections, Shadows and those Avionics. Wow!

It looks fantastic.

 

Thanks for the HU

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Wow, that's really unbelievable, Milviz did a great job on this night lighting.

Too bad that the 350i isn't exactly my type of aircraft...

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I saw that posted on ADX and was really blown away. I thought they were pics from a real plane for a second. I've been contemplating buying a high speed twin to take a break from the T7 and NGX for a while and this looks like the one I may buy just based on the pics.

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Has work stopped in the steam gauges version? I haven't seen an update on that for ages,.

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Let's hope Bernt Stolle parting ways with Milviz doesn't impact the flight dynamics in a negative way. The images look great!

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Work continues on the steam. We'll have pics of that soon enough...

 

@zoran, there's no need to be rude...

 

@simmerhead, it will not affect our quality level.

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Work continues on the steam. We'll have pics of that soon enough...

@zoran, there's no need to be rude...

@simmerhead, it will not affect our quality level.

Glad to hear there is gonna be a steam gauge model since I'm not really a glass panel kinda guy. But looking at that panel its making me think that I should be into glass. It looks amazing cant wait to fly it.

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Any early reports on frame impact for the Glass version? Or is it too early to tell or test internally.

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when is it out?

When it's ready.

 

 

whatever..

@zoran, there's no need to be rude...

 

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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WOW!!   That night lighting if it's fully adjustable is the best I have seen.. Cockpit looks amazing, hopefully that glass cockpit is deeply simulated.  Must buy for sure

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For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

 

Absolutely correct. A rude response gets a rude response.

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The lighting is fully adjustable and will work as per the manual.

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Honestly, asking "when will xxx be ready" is just like asking "how long is a string?"

 

The truthful answer to both questions is always indefinable...

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The lighting is fully adjustable and will work as per the manual.

 

 

Cool! How about the systems depth?

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Work continues on the steam. We'll have pics of that soon enough...

 

@zoran, there's no need to be rude...

 

@simmerhead, it will not affect our quality level.

 

Work continues on the steam. We'll have pics of that soon enough...

 

@zoran, there's no need to be rude...

 

@simmerhead, it will not affect our quality level.

let me give you some free advice coming from a lifetime spent as a sales trainer. 

Its your job to build rapport with your clients whether its over the net or over a counter REGARDLESS of how many times you hear the same questions. Your only a small company so absolutely no excuses unless of course your clients aren't important.

 

As a potential first time customer I haven't a clue what your time line is but was fobbed off with 'whenever its ready'

and that's not rude?

 

A  smart answer would have been eg we are in beta now so we want to be sure shes right to go, or at this stage we don't have a firm timeline , possibly early next year

 

Anyway you lost me straight up. 

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Milviz depth and level standard.

 

Perhaps I should know what this means...but I don't. Could you elaborate a bit?

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