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nathanpinard

EZCA and P3D

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I am trying to found some kind of post or article or something that allows me to see that EZCA works, and the post isn't from 2013.

 

Does anyone have proof that EZCA works out of the box for P3D? This is a $35 dollar app that at present does not seem to have any support.

 

I'm reading about OPUS as well, but does anyone know what's the story with EZCA for EITHER of the sims?

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I am not sure about EZCA, but OPUS is pretty hit and miss for me on the camera angle. I would read up on it, as when you use TrackIR, it sometimes, and almost always for me gave issues.

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EZCA v.1.17 works with Prepar3D 1.x / 2.x...

Only the world cameras didn't work for me

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I went ahead and got opus anyway, as it's a number of things in one.

 

The camera isn't as easy to set up, but it still work fairly well. Getting a weather engine and a camera engine for the cost of EZCA was a win for me.

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Purchased both. However moved back to opus camera just recently due to issues with ezca in P3D.

 

Glad I did !!  Works very well and I'm finding it to be easier now to create camera sets and save them.

 

Opus has made an amazing piece of software .They continue to support and update their product with added functionality not bug fixes like others do. Works great with both FSX and P3D.

All this and no additional cost.

 

They seem to have passion for what they're doing and have proven for me, to be the best weather and camera app going forward.

 

Simply makes sense to support OPUS.

 

Cheers

Steve

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