• CARENADO A42 500 Series For P3D/FSX


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    CARENADO has released their A42 500 SERIES
    Full FSX, FSX-STEAM, P3D v3, v4, v4.4 (and up) compatible.
     Full PBR textures and materials (Physically Based Rendering ) (P3D v4.4 and up).
     Flight1 GTN 750 and Reality XP GTN 750* integration
     Updatable database – AIRAC cycle 1601 (January 2016) included.**
     VR ready.
     Real start up procedures.
     Real A42 engine sounds, aural warnings and sound systems.
     Real flight dynamics.
     Cold and Dark start option.
     Takeoff run and landing real rolling movement effect.
     Custom brakes sounds on taxi and landing run.
     Original autopilot installed.
     HD quality textures (4096 x 4096).
     Customizable panel for controlling windows transparency, instrument reflections and static elements such as wheel chocks.
     Real behavior compared to the real airplane. Real weight and balance.
     Tested by real pilots.
     Realistic night lights effects on panel and cockpit.

     NOTE:
     This aircraft does not have a 2D panel.
     *Flight1 GTN 750 and Reality XP GTN 750 are sold separately
     **You don´t need to have a subscription with Navigraph because this package installs a January 2016 Navigraph database which has all the information you need to perform a flight. But if you want to keep your database up to date you will need a subscription with Navigraph (click here to get it).

    For further information visit the A42 500 Series   Homepage.

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    Congrats to Carenado  (and for keeping such a good secret)! I hope the Emb 120 will be just as stunning.

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    The Carenado description of this bird is almost exactly the same as the FA50....copy and paste?  lol  They make beautiful models but the beauty is only skin deep.  Seems like when I buy one of their jets I don't fly it much.  Not quite complex enough for MY taste. 

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    If only Carenado raised the bar just a bit on system's depth, they'd soon become top players.  They go to so much trouble implementing on their planes silly FMS systems instead of developing a robust one and then they look lazy skipping cockpit functionality, avoiding one button click here and one more there as if that would save substantially on development costs. For God sake,  charge $5 bucks extra on each plane and deliver a quality product!!

     

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    Look, you know what you are getting when you buy a Carenado product, I enjoy all the quirks...have had so much fun buzzing around in FS in these aircraft...wish I could buy them all

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    Giovanna is right. Just a little bit. what is not correct that you pay a payware where n1 settings are not accurate in relation to speed. I follow the performance chart of phenom 100 and I set the N1 to maintain a certain speed and its to to to far far away of what should happen. Click spots are not working. The g1000 has hundreds of bugs when you are typing the flight plan. and there's no direct to point of the route without destroying the flight plan. AND the IAS or Fletch mode of phenom... I would prefer that they stop the development of a variety of airplanes. and focus to fix what they have. Imagine all the plane they have with a little bit just a little bit of depth in their systems and dynamics. I would pay 100 of dollars for each plane.

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    ...or at the very least they should STOP making G1000 and ProLine avionics suite aircraft and just focus on steam gauges... since they clearly can't program either of these to the level the market wants. Maybe they could just outsource their avionics work and focus on what they do best: making gorgeous models and interiors; they are very good at that.

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    i think they need allies. found a developer who can program a very good software and merge it with their modeling. 

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