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TBM performs like a champ at Vo Max (330 kts) just under the service ceiling of 31,000’ in my next video. Trailer here. Full video premieres tomorrow (May 5, 2021).

Video description: We explore the sights of the Everest massif at 30,000’ in the Daher TBM 930. Early morning departure from Kathmandu, Nepal to watch the sun rise over the Himalayan mountains. Everest mountaineering, summit routes, facts and highlights plus landscape identification of the surrounding mountains and glaciers.


 

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very cool, would be great if a scenery designer was able to make the camps and maybe even some lines of climbers.

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22 hours ago, Mike S KPDX said:

very cool, would be great if a scenery designer was able to make the camps and maybe even some lines of climbers.

Yes, great idea! Full video premiere tonight at 8:00PM EDT!


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Great video, thanks.

 


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very well done, I have watched them all (and bookmarked).  Up next K2 ??


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16 hours ago, Mike S KPDX said:

very well done, I have watched them all (and bookmarked).  Up next K2 ??

Thanks a bunch! Yes, K2 is more challenging than Everest! Definitely no line up of climbers in the queue to make the summit! No K2 video planned at this time. Could be a Cessna 310 video when MilViz releases in the near future.


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On 5/4/2021 at 8:15 PM, Mike S KPDX said:

very cool, would be great if a scenery designer was able to make the camps and maybe even some lines of climbers.

The bodies too?

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Someone repeating this im MSFS? Maybe I'll do, but I'm not a video maker ...

Edit: Oops, just realized it was created with MSFS. I was just a bit confused because of the mix with RW videos.

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8 hours ago, Nemo said:

Someone repeating this im MSFS? Maybe I'll do, but I'm not a video maker ...

Edit: Oops, just realized it was created with MSFS. I was just a bit confused because of the mix with RW videos.

I used real world videos, Google Earth and ForeFlight satellite maps to identify all the surrounding mountains in the video. I gotta say, it was truly amazing making this video and seeing each mountain face, ridge, peak and glacier line up exactly as they should in the sim. I could have added more detailed labels identifying specific landmarks and places, but opted to keep things basic in the video.

 

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Amazing video! Nepal is a great place to fly in MSFS. It's very well rendered, challenging approaches, and there are lots of high quality freeware airports. But better choose a turboprop like the TBM.


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21 hours ago, Cpt_Piett said:

Amazing video! Nepal is a great place to fly in MSFS. It's very well rendered, challenging approaches, and there are lots of high quality freeware airports. But better choose a turboprop like the TBM.

Thanks very much! A fascinating topic reading about the early expeditions. Mega hours editing this video, but lots of fun incorporating real world video!


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