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747 BETA - A few shots!

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Well I dont get any OOM with P3D...

Lucky of us that now we have P3D and we can, more or less, work around the OOMs. Even in FSX and FSX-SE.

 

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The links to the images are dead...

 

Photobucket maintenance, according to the page that gets displayed if you click on one...interesting...

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Great shots and content! :wink:

 

After the release of the "Queen" in August 2005, it was considered a game-changer, a step-up and a new standard and dimension in flight simulation. At that time in the fs9.

 

But as I recall, it was also the 'Dawn of OOM nightmares'. My first one was with the 1st Queen. hehehehe .... As if it created a new 'science' inside MSFS - hunting down OOMs  :smile: 

 

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Hi, Where are the pics, cannot open...

 

 

 

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Photobucket maintenance, according to the page that gets displayed if you click on one...interesting...


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Looks great, can't wait!!

 

But guys please, can we stop referring to it as a Dash 8?

I kept reading that thinking hang on when did pmdg make one of those?!!

 

Maybe an 8i if you need to jargon it up?

 

Chris

:)

 

Dash_8-300_cockpit.jpg

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I kept reading that thinking hang on when did pmdg make one of those?!!

 

AFAIK they had planned to make a DHC-8 100/200 series at one point, but canned it. 


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Hi

 

Would the Op please re embed the origional images in the post again here so that the rest of us can see them rather than have to rely or wait on broken photobucket ?

 

much appreciated

 

thanks

 

Nick Caldwell

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why not use postimg instead.

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Avsim posting policy guidelines indicate photobucket as the preferred method. I know, my pics aren't showing up either... Oh well. 


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Now that the links are working again, did anyone notice the PMDG softdrink in the fifth image? :P

I hope it doesn't taste like DC-3 oil...


 

With kind regards, Bogdan Misko.

 

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