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FLYSIMWARE Cessna 414A Chancellor Snippet 1

Will be adding more snippets several times a week until the beta release in 4 weeks.

Snippet 2 is on page 4.

Snippet 3 is on page 6.

 

 

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That looks nice!


Cheers Jan 
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Instabuy for me...I adore flysimware, always great planes

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Definitely interested in this!  :smile:


I like to fool airline passengers into thinking I have my own swimming pool by painting a large blue rectangle on my patio!

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is this for FSX or MSFS? the window frames seem way too thick, the yoke reminds me of FSX graphics?

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6 minutes ago, turbomax said:

is this for FSX or MSFS? the window frames seem way too thick, the yoke reminds me of FSX graphics?

The use of the head torch and the external graphics (the trolley man being just one :biggrin:) say this is in MSFS.  It doesn't look too bad to me.  I thought the frame thickness was right for a C414.

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I like to fool airline passengers into thinking I have my own swimming pool by painting a large blue rectangle on my patio!

Intel i9 12900k in a ROG Strix Z690 D4 motherboard with water cooling, EVGA RTX 3080Ti Ultra, 32 GB DDR4 RAM 3800 CL15, 4 x Samsung 1 TB NVME M.2, with MSFS on a Samsung 980 pro PCIE4 (7000 gb/s).

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Being as there is not even any reference to it on their webpage, I wonder how close it really is?

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6 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

It doesn't look too bad to me.

to me it does, very much so. Call me spoiled, but I fly this:

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Oh no, i can see 2022 is going to be an expensive year. Certainly looks like a buy for me.


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1 minute ago, Car147 said:

Certainly looks like a buy for me.

certainly you meant the Seneca V 😀

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Looking forward to this one.  Seems graphically improved from their P3D work and with this company you know it will fly well and have good systems simulation.

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30 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

I thought the frame thickness was right for a C414.

looks like bullet proof gorilla glass frame to me. After the Carenado Seneca V, I can't see myself ever buying anything of lower visual quality. especially not for a VR flyer.

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