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XPX.41 Cross-Country snaps in the Baron

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Final two snaps...

 

"That ole Harvest Moon....in your eyes..."

 

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Southern mouth of the Detroit River, looking forward into Lake Erie, on the way to Myrtle Beach!

 

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Super shots with great atmosphere.

Thank you Pugilist for thinking so :)

 

..enroute to KMYR at 7,500 feet ASL, and just loving the clouds that XPX puts out under in-sim real-weather, real-time downloads every 15 minutes.

 

I think, honestly, soft this, pop that...XPX.41 (with SkyMaxx Pro) puts out the most real looking clouds, all types, all different banks, and the atmosphere to have them suspended in.  Just simply, excellent!

 

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Love that Beechcraft Baron...got some style!

 

HLJAMES

I totally agree. I actually use and enjoy, XPX supplied aircraft, and user- (.org) contributed, as much as all my purchased 3rdP.  It all depends on the mood and goals, I am presently flying with...the truth?  They are all good...no dogs....

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Nice shots although the brightness and atmosphere is like the shots are taken moments before apocalypse.  :P I couldn't stand dark visuals like this.

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Nice shots although the brightness and atmosphere is like the shots are taken moments before apocalypse.  :P I couldn't stand dark visuals like this.

Raise your brightness and adjust contrast on your monitor. You'll then see what was on mine...:)

 

I run my sims, with Dynamic Real Time contrast.  This might come across as dark upon your monitor. Adjust to your personal viewing  prefs...

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Raise your brightness and adjust contrast on your monitor. You'll then see what was on mine...:)

 

I run my sims, with Dynamic Real Time contrast.  This might come across as dark upon your monitor. Adjust to your personal viewing  prefs...

 

I'm sure is not my monitor (although is a bit darker than it should be), the shots from other users are much brighter (as they should be). :)

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I'm sure is not my monitor (although is a bit darker than it should be), the shots from other users are much brighter (as they should be). :)

Correct...but with my using my proprietary  monitor feature, my posts might come across to you as darker than other's...so to brighten them up to what is acceptable to you...just crank up the brightness and/or contrast to your liking on yours.   :)

 

Ses

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Correct...but with my using my proprietary  monitor feature, my posts might come across to you as darker than other's...so to brighten them up to what is acceptable to you...just crank up the brightness and/or contrast to your liking on yours.   :)

 

Ses

 

Is it Asus and its Splendid mode? :smile:   It's tricky mode though, use it, and you screens are dark. That's why I'm using SweetFX (or Reshade).

 

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Is it Asus and its Splendid mode? :smile:   It's tricky mode though, use it, and you screens are dark. That's why I'm using SweetFX (or Reshade).

 

cheers

Ah no, Pete, it's the Samsung Dynamic Contrast Mode . I really love this thing...it adjusts the contrast on the fly automatically, to keep the 'feel' of the scene no matter what light objects are happening. I really like it! :)

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