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Quick FS9 night departure over downtown Detroit near river...

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...with Windsor, Ontario, Canada in the background.

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7,500 ft AGL:

 

 

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Well south of Detroit, and heading towards Cincinnati, Ohio.

 

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Climbing towards our cruise altitude of 15,500 ft, in a plane other than my C377,lol!

 

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What scenery and night package? KDET is my home airport RWF and this looks very good.

 

GO WINGS!

Cheers

Joe Balmas

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@Sesquashtoo What scenery and night package? KDET is my home airport RWF and this looks very good. GO WINGS! Cheers Joe Balmas

Hello Joe

 

The scenery is a hybird mixture of Bird's Eye View at about 80 percent injection, and GE Pro (latest version) at around 20 percent injection.  Those fields you see below with the great rectilinear view is courtesy of Bird's Eye View (a most powerful and great world scenery package!!!) I'd grab Bird's Eye View while it is still available for sale on the Net. Once it's gone, if ever...will be a great loss for FS9, and for its Users. W7 gives the program Configurator a slight burp...but you can get past that, for full access. You only need to press OK on a 'can't find a graphic.bmp' for a picture in the Configurate Screen (at least on my W7 Ultimate O.S.) and then the BEV Configurator comes up..and away you go.....

 

Night lighting and Vectoring (roads, etc) is brought to you via Ultimate Terrain USA and Canada for FS9. The plane is from Carenado.

 

Cloudscape and sky color, via REX Extreme 2004 and finally weather driving REX 2004's output, is Active Sky Evolution in FS9 mode.

 

The sim has everything available to adjust as full right sliders. I have anti-aliasing turned off (in sim), and FS9 driven by N.I. with Sweet FX running in these shots.

 

That's the recipe.....

Great shots and night lighting.

Thanks Pug...FS9 is a keeper and sleeper!

Nice.

 

nebojsa

Thanks JAT, glad you enjoyed the shots! :)

 

Mitch

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Splendid shots Mitch!  M-I-C-H-I-G-A-N....I was hoping your destination might be KMCD...maybe next time brother B)

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UT for FS9 really gives a great night approach. I have a few shots of KFNT with a night approach. It looks very much to what XPX.35 gives in abundance.  The night treatment alone, is worth the price of the FS9 U.T. series. 

 

Three years ago, I recorded a flight landing from KFNT (my FBO) to Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was around 9,000 seconds long...and my eyes popped when UT (which was not in play at the time of recording) brought the night to life with lit up streets and highways...as well as rural and urban.  UT USA for FS9 must still sell well, for the price is right up there in the nose bleed section, for a program that is long in the tooth, shall we say.

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