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Post processing with FS9-Windows10 it's possible! SweetFX work. 

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Indeed, good ole FS9 looks great!

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Sad but true, but it is hard to say which sim is that - FS9 or P3D4 … :-))

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I must admit, that 2nd one looks stunning. Yeah its impressive it looks so great.

What add-ons are you using? The sky textures and sun are incredible!

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Yes, sweet indeed...!

Agree, I, too, love your 2nd shot...the glow of the Sun looks almost real...beautiful picture...!!

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FS2004 looks familiar to me...

No need to say that the pictures are superb!


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I bet with a little tweaking FS9 looks just as good as P3Dv.4 and v.5....

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11 hours ago, Stratocaster said:

These are really great, and shows how far we have not come.

Sad but true. Take a look at all those FS9 images with the 'unofficial' orbx textures. Looks far better then FSX/P3D(een V5) default does. Quite a bit more. Something not right there me thinks. 

 

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12 hours ago, Stratocaster said:

These are really great, and shows how far we have not come.

Well...yes and no. At least in case of XP11, if you add free photoscenery (which is not available at that detail and quality in FS9), you'll get to realize, how far we have come 😊😊


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21 hours ago, Doug47 said:

Sad but true. Take a look at all those FS9 images with the 'unofficial' orbx textures. Looks far better then FSX/P3D(een V5) default does. Quite a bit more. Something not right there me thinks. 

 

I'm not sure it looks better, and is obviously not legal, but, it's not that far behind.

20 hours ago, bernd1151 said:

Well...yes and no. At least in case of XP11, if you add free photoscenery (which is not available at that detail and quality in FS9), you'll get to realize, how far we have come 😊😊

There are only two main things really: terrain resolution is very limiled in 2004, and there is very limited shadowing options. Other than that, and yes, a few other things (mainly down to third parties) these sixteen years or so, have not gained us that much.

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7 minutes ago, Stratocaster said:

I'm not sure it looks better, and is obviously not legal, but, it's not that far behind.

 

To my eyes it looks a LOT better then FSX/P3D default. They aren't really that impressive. I watched a v5 default ony video yesterday that didn't look any better then my FSX. Which is bland and lifeless default.  😲

I guess everyone's eyes is different. :)

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