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Dear all,

I am an enthusiast since FS9 were popular and I am still using FS9 and P3Dv4. I would like to share some pictures below.

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Cheers !

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Thanks for kind response. I am uploading some stuff from FS2004 Project Tupolev Tu-154M with VITAMIN model:

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Best Regards!

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Great shots of FS9!


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6 hours ago, Clutch Cargo said:

I tell ya, FS2004 can still hold it's own... nice shots.

I'm on P3D v4 and XP11 now, but I have to agree with you. With today's more powerful computers, running FS9 with everything maxed out, you don't have to worry about FPS or Ooms. You won't get the same scenery quality, but I know quite a few guys here, who are mighty happy the way their FS9 performs 😉


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Beautiful shots! And, FS9 is always welcome here...!

Also, thanks for posting the shots of the 154M. Many years ago, I used to (often) fly the PT-154 in FSX...it was wonderfully authentic, I recall...lost it during my break from SIM and move to FSX-SE...still miss it...

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***Fantastic Angels and Lighting***


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Glad to see these fantastic FS2004 shots. It's always nice to see not only this venerable sim, but also planes and destinations which are not that common.


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Wait for it.......

Counting on an Ed Cox arrival at any moment when he sees both FS9 and anything Tupolev in a post!

Great pics Mat and looking forward to more.

Wait for it (I hear Ed now.....) 😄

Mat...in the future if you add a prefix tag to your post of "FS9", "FS2004", etc....like-minded folks will know that you're one of the few still kicking in that ancient but fully functional sim and will likely respond. 🙂

You can add as many tags as you want to your post...and if you also add "Tupolev" you're sure to drag Mr. Cox in....LOL!

wait for it.............

 


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9 hours ago, brutal said:

Hi there, I come back to flying on Tu-154M in FS2004. Here some screens of that 15 years old simulator:

 

Best Regards

Mat

Mat,

Make sure you observe the screen shot posting rules. You’re allowed up to 20 shots per topic before you’ll have to start a new topic. You can add 5 more.

Just wanted to remind you so that I don’t have to split a post if you go over the max.


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