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PostPosted: Thu Apr 23, 2009 12:10 pm 
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Some quick snaps during a simulated flight.

Canon SX10 IS, variable exposures, don't remember what though.

Approaching Frankfurt in the Boeing 727-230 simulator:

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Departing Edinburough runway 24:


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Boeing 727-230 Simulator:


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sorry but they don't really do anything for me. i don't really see the point.

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They really need to calibrate their displays :lol: :lol:

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cameraguy wrote:
sorry but they don't really do anything for me. i don't really see the point.


Well, I guess they wouldn't if you've never piloted an aircraft.


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I reckon, there ok shots, but i think you could get some superb shots in there, of all the controls...etc If you were let in there for 15mins with a camera and a tripod!

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you're right Michael, i probably would appreciate them a lot more if i ever fly a plane or go in a simulator.
just out of interest, are you a pilot??

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Yes. I hold a commercial certificate with an instrument rating for single engine land and multi-engine land.

BTW, that's my simulator.

Those were just quick snaps before and during a simulated flight. Yes, I believe if I set up and staged them they could be much better.


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