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I'm trying to work out what this video is trying to show, it's way to jumpy, dark and fast to be able to discern anything.

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All I'm seeing is the much improved Cessna, which I believe they talked about. 


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I think it's just a regular promotional video of X-Plane 10 like they publish from time to time.


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Let's hope they're telling us XPX has run it's course. Or, since everything they showed at Flightsimcon 2016 is capable of running in 10...

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All I'm seeing is the much improved Cessna, which I believe they talked about. 

 

It looks like they're using the Carenado CT206H StationAir for this particular video.

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It looks like they're using the Carenado CT206H StationAir for this particular video.

 

Yeah, I see that now. Hmm, seems slightly misleading to put addons in official material, especially when they talked about improving stock planes? Maybe that's just me. 

 

Unless, they made a deal with Carenado to add that plane as a stock plane. That would be interesting.


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seems slightly misleading to put addons in official material

 

In all honesty, I did not see any "Carenado" addons in that video and so I do not see how LR is misleading in any way.


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In all honesty, I did not see any "Carenado" addons in that video and so I do not see how LR is misleading in any way.

 

You can clearly see the two tabs in the left hand corner, C and O, which I believe are part of Carenado's planes. 


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You can clearly see the two tabs in the left hand corner, C and O, which I believe are part of Carenado's planes. 

 

You are totally correct, missed that one.


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