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Postby GlowWorm » 12 Jun 2009 14:03



Aloha all,

I didn't see a video topic, so here it is.
Starring the Starship 2000A and shot at YSSY with MIKX Sydney scenery.

Enjoy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5BHPiGZIgE

Whether you like it, or not, do rate it, please.
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[VIDEO] EC-135

Postby Smoky » 30 Jul 2009 05:21



Hello!

This is my second video flying an Eurocopter EC-135 in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYuRNgKnQMw
Watch in HD ...

A big thanks to Jason Chandler and c74.net for your work!

;)

(c74.net appears at the end of the video and in the description too!)
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Re: [VIDEO] EC-135

Postby kiofka » 30 Jul 2009 09:16

ENCORE!!! BRAVO!!! PRAVISIMO!!! Absolutely the best video I've seen of X-Plane flying skills in a helicopter EVER!!! This is the kind of art, I believe, Jason, the crew, and the rest of us want to see in this website. Standing ovation. (You also may want the shop to check those skids when your done...) ;)

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Re: [VIDEO] EC-135

Postby AADX » 30 Jul 2009 09:40

Whoa. Just DAMN-WOW sir. No good deed like that goes unpunished...

sorry, took me a while to rework the youtube embed php code to get it to work
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Re: [VIDEO] EC-135

Postby Criminy » 30 Jul 2009 10:04

That was nuts! Love the bit where you charged the Fokker then spun around and lifted. Nicely shot video, smooth buttery fps. That was incredibe flying and shooting.
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Re: [VIDEO] EC-135

Postby GlowWorm » 31 Jul 2009 03:29

Wow, it shows your skills and passion for helo flying. I left a comment: which EHAM scenery is it?
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Re: [VIDEO] EC-135

Postby Smoky » 31 Jul 2009 07:11

Thank you everybody for your comments!

It's this scenery: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?aut ... wfile=5516

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[VIDEO] A109E Power

Postby Smoky » 21 Aug 2009 12:04

Hello!

Here is a small video with the Agusta A109E Power...

View in HD!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-5y6hQo2DE

;)

Last edited by AADX on 21 Aug 2009 12:09, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: added [youtube] tag for on-site viewing
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Re: [VIDEO] A109E Power

Postby AADX » 21 Aug 2009 12:27

Wow again there Mr. Smoky. Quite a very svelte flight and demonstration. I do recommend ppl watch the HD version @ youtube site.

The big cheese pro pilots that use this at LFOM, Shands, ALNW, etc are never terribly verbose in their reports of handling other than pretty sterile and semi cryptically said things like that it flies exactly right, and no squawks, and stuff. So... I'd like to hear from "Smoky" some description on how you find the handling and feel of the 109, and 135. As all the real pilots say it's exactly like the real aircraft.. You might be able to translate it into more simmer friendly lingo.

Another excellent video Smoky. I think you demonstrate how we all wish we could fly heli's. with such mastery and control.

:D
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CX162 [VIDEO] Mettle or Scrap Alunimum

Postby AADX » 08 Sep 2009 10:52

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CX162A Skycatcher
"Highway Song" by Ravi & the Rexers (my friend was the drummer)

Basically.. along with a huge surprise coming for the 162, I took her up for a spin.... figuratively and literally. All the hyperbole and controversy over the 'spin' that the 162A somehow exibited... in the 931 flight model I wanted to see how the same airframe fared. We all know that x-plane doesn't really spin, no matter what AM does..it just won't do a real one wing flying, one wing dying spin. It does get close with one-wing-drop stalls, but.. while it may not do it exactly, what it does do... is a reasonable analog for stability, aerodynamics, etc.

Now.. my 162 is made not from photos, but from actual [redacted] mfgr diagrams, calibrated to specified dimensions, etc etc yada yada. Being a newly unveiled concept aircraft, or pre-production post-concept aircraft, there's no TCDS on it for control deflections, cg limit, etc. So what information was not published in the [redacted] mfgr materials, I had to use my own methods for placing cg wisely, and control deflections (control sizes were depicted in the material).. well. just like my first shakedown flight with it.. was to demonstrate it's characteristics... so does "The Shakedown Part 2... Mettle or Aluminum"
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