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MV T-50 Bamboo Bomber OUT

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Hi,

 

This is a FYI to let you know that the MV T-50 Bamboo Bomber is now out.

 

Thanks

 

C.


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Good news and here is a link to the site - http://milviz.com/flight/


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Bought it today for P3D and have taken several flights. The usual quality you expect from Milviz - excellent textures both inside and out and everything seems to be functional, and the flight dynamics seem to be right (though I have never flown in one of course).  My only disappointment is I was hoping that Milviz would up their game in the way that A2A has in their Piper Cherokee and Comanche by simulating visual cockpit vibration. Having begun flight lessons in PA28's this summer I have become aware of how a visually vibrating cockpit/instrument panel adds so much to the realism and immersion. In a real aircraft, you feel the vibration as well as see it, and the feel can't be replicated in desktop simulators, but the visual vibration simulation is very effective. I downloaded the Manfred Jahn C47 V3 recently, - a freeware aircraft - and even it has cockpit vibrations. Both A2A and Manfred Jahn do it very accurately - the vibrations visually change in frequency as the throttles are advanced and retarded, the way it happens in piston aircraft in the real world.

 

I wish all developers would add this feature. Once you fly simulator aircraft that have it, the other aircraft seem just a little bit less real.


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What a good idea.  We will put that in the Beaver for sure.  Looking at putting it in the Bobcat...


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I was able to take her up in a flight this morning before work, she's a beauty and great to fly.

 

 

What a good idea.  We will put that in the Beaver for sure.  Looking at putting it in the Bobcat...

 

And things like the above is why Miliviz is my favorite third-party aircraft developer.


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What a good idea. We will put that in the Beaver for sure. Looking at putting it in the Bobcat...

 

 

 

Great news - thanks Milviz! It  would be good in the B55, too.


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Done! Look for a Service Release soon...


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