Saturday, June 29, 2013

Last pictures before release

FSX/P3D. Carenado has posted the last pictures from the Cessna Stationair CT206 H project. 
505 units of the T206H are still flying around world. I have just one regret about this bird : apparently no amphibian version included.

 
 
 
 
Much more shots here :
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

5 comments:

ALE said...

I wish that Carenado would team up with someone who can programme accurate avionics and flight dynamics. If that were the case, they would easily be on the same level as any A2A/Realair...

Buggy eye candy at the best...

Somebody like Metzger (they had Bernt Stolle on board for a time) for the FDE and Marcel Felde for the programming of avionics and so on...

A

SeaGoblin said...

as for FDE i agree they could be better...

as for avionics: or rather in this particular case for the analog instruments:

what i don't get is people asking for system depth and accuracy in a SEP...with analog instruments...there is NONE...if you talk about glass avionics: yes they could do a bit better but its not like their stuff isnt useable at all

seems people latley have far far too high expectations when it comes to FS addons...

in the spirit of somebody from somewhere else: "if you want accurate systems go buy a trainer"

Anonymous said...

And what about massive wrong simulated carb icing effects AND carb icing effects without having an carburator?
Even at fuel injection equipped engine models.

That kind of massive errors is typically for Carenado/alabeo, addon for addon.

That is only one example for many further..

PIO

SeaGoblin said...

thats actually a bug in the FSX engine...research before flame

Anonymous said...

Hi Sea,
i know that this an FSX bug. This is the point where developers path separates.
If you ever get an answer from Carenado (i wtote a big bug list AND how it would work the right way) - the answer is "this is due to internal limitations of FSX". How easy they make it themselves. Advanced developers suppress, change or bypass such effects reaching a more usable result.

PIO

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