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MSFS FIP gauges and panels shots at fsxtimes

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Fsxtimes, a legendary flightsim blog since fsx times, just added two nice features for MSFS users:

1. For Saitek/Logitech FIP users 

There is now a first batch of FIP gauges available for some planes, i.e. the C152, C172, and R400. I like these gauges as they are very close to the originals and come with some additional features like an elevation and flap indicator.

To see MSFS offers, go to the FIP Gauges Store from the upper right menu and select MSFS. These gauges work with SPAD.neXt (that's the way I am using them) as well as the Saitek drivers.

2. For all MSFS users

The blog entry has two pdf documents (one for propeller planes and one for jets) collecting panel screenshots of all MSFS planes. That's something I am missing in the plane-selection in game where only exterior views are shown (which I rarely see sitting in the cockpit). Honestly, there are some planes in the MSFS zoo which I never heard about before, so this does help. If you open the documents you can even click on the images to get a high-resolution version to save or print out, if you like. (First click in the docs provides a scroll bar of all panels, a second click onto a specific one shows it in detail with a View full size option in the lower right).

Kind regards, Michael

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MSFS, P3D Professional 5, AeroflyFS2, XP11; Beta tester of SimStarter, SPAD.neXt, and FS-FlightControl

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