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  1. This video is designed to show off the Star of Microsoft's Flight...The wonderful simulation of Sea. There is however, a Loop and a Roll from the Co-Star, the ICON A5, right at the end of the video. This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080p and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  2. Here is a little more Icon flying on a very beautiful sea. This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080p and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  3. You can have a LOT of fun in a "Basic" aeroplane, even if it has no instrument panel. Video of the Japanese Zero in MS FLIGHT. This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080p and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  4. This is a prolonged oscillatory spin in the RV-6A aeroplane...Most enjoyable! This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080p and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. I know that MS Flight does not have the word "Simulator" in it, but this is the very best Flight Simulation of a Spin that I have ever seen. And I have done a lot of real life spinning!
  5. Looking at the PT-17 Stearman in Army Air Corps livery. This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080p and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  6. The first half of this video shows a successful aerocache. The second half shows previous attempt "Out Takes", which just go to prove that you should not mess with a volcano in the dark! This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080 and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  7. Here are some more Aerocache clips from MS FLIGHT... http://youtu.be/EnIu57fezxs This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080 and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  8. Here are a few Aerocache Captures...This is using the program as a Game as opposed to a Flight Simulator...It is great fun! Thanks for looking
  9. Clips of low flying round the Hawaian coast in an amphibian, using Microsoft's Flight. Having spent 12 years as a Ground Attack Fighter Pilot, I feel qualified to say that this simulation of low flying is easily the best I have ever experienced. The simulation of water is the best I have ever seen...It moves and sparkles in a most realisic manner. This is an HD video so click the resolution up to 1080 and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  10. This video just shows me enjoying some low flying in this wonderful new simulator:- Click the resolution up to 1080 and then click the "Full Screen" icon at bottom right. Thanks for looking
  11. Here are a few seconds of video showing the sound and visual effects of the wind in the trees in "FLIGHT" You can watch it in Full Screen if you like...And turn the sound right UP! Thanks for looking
  12. The real joy for me is low flying around the coasts of the islands over the most realistic coastline terrain and seawater that I have ever seen in any Flight Simulator. I am just loving it and find it the most exhilerating experience...I love GA...Airliners and Military flying, I've been there and done that. Microsoft FLIGHT is a very fine product with NO performance issues. I have everything maxed and 1600x1200 resolution and it runs as smooth as silk...FABULOUS! Well Done Microsoft
  13. Yes, you can just untick the HUD anytime you like Looking at some of the panel controls it is obvious that radio is coming...I hope that Traffic is coming too. In fair weather with these aircraft you can set the controls fine enough to break for tea and cakes, but you can't do that in bad weather because of the updrafts and downdrafts. The flight characteristics of the aircraft that I have are just excellent.
  14. Trying a new aeroplane:- The other five pictures are here:- http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/7730-maule-flight/ Thanks for looking
  15. Sampling bad weather:- I'm back in the ICON for this flight... The other six pictures are here:- http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/7731-weather-flight/ Thanks for looking
  16. I thought I would start my flight back from Molokai to Honolulu at Dusk:- That is Oahu in the distance with the Sun setting behind it. The other six pictures are here:- http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/7732-night-flight-to-honolulu/ Thanks for looking
  17. Today I had a great time flying around and enjoying this scenery:- A different paint job for today's flying. The rest of the shots can be seen here:- http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/7721-a-day-around-maui-with-microsoft-flight/ Thanks for looking
  18. Here is the real ICON A5:- http://www.iconaircraft.com/a5-model.html
  19. I had another nice day in Flight...Here are the rest of the shots for anyone that is interested:- http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/7709-more-flight/ Thanks for looking
  20. Yes, the water is 3D and the waves affect the aircraft.
  21. The real star of Flight is the sea...Easily the best I have seen. It is best viewed by flying along directly over the coast at about 1000 feet...Then go into free view (F11) and pan with your hat switch till the Sun's reflections are bouncing of the tops of the waves to your eye. You may need to be behind the aircraft of ahead of it to see the best sparkles but you will soon spot the best view. Screenshots will show the sparkle but not their movement. However, I have taken a few screenshots today:- Thanks for looking
  22. This scenery arrived today on a DVD so I thought I would pay it a visit, walk around and admire it:- Thanks for looking
  23. Here are three shots of the Grumman E1B starting engines:- The S2F-3 uses the same startup effects...Very spectacular!
  24. I took a few shots of this aeroplane as I was testing it in today's real weather at McLeland Field:- The other shots can be seen here:- http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/7644-the-grumman-s2f-3/ Thanks for looking
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