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DLH3041

Post by RatherBFlyin » 18 Jan 2010, 06:05

Well, I remembered to grab some screenshots of my last flight, and I think these two were a couple of the best of the lot.

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Post by flyingking12093 » 18 Jan 2010, 06:12

Not bad. I like the first one
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Post by sanins192 » 18 Jan 2010, 14:47

Nice! It always amazes me how small the -300 is compared with the -800 or -900. It's like a small dart.

What are your AA settings on? With the graphics a bit smoother it would have improved both shots. Even if it means turning cloud cover down slightly to have full AA. I suppose it depends on what your preference is. I prefer visuals even if it means a small drop in performance.
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Post by NWADC9 » 18 Jan 2010, 14:57

sanins192 wrote:What are your AA settings on? With the graphics a bit smoother it would have improved both shots. Even if it means turning cloud cover down slightly to have full AA. I suppose it depends on what your preference is. I prefer visuals even if it means a small drop in performance.
I think it's just Photoshop compressing the photos.
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Post by RatherBFlyin » 18 Jan 2010, 15:45

That is actually the -500, which if I remember correctly is the shortest of the 737 family.

I admit I forgot to turn AA back on again. I typically leave it off unless I want to take a screenshot. However, those pictures are supposed to be displayed at 1028x640 size. I'm not sure why photobucket shows a smaller version when I uploaded the full size images. Have to see if I can find a way to correct that.

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Post by sanins192 » 18 Jan 2010, 16:09

RatherBFlyin wrote:That is actually the -500, which if I remember correctly is the shortest of the 737 family.
Wow. I never knew that. I just assumed that -300 was the shortest and the -500 was the longest. :roll:
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Post by NWADC9 » 18 Jan 2010, 16:55

sanins192 wrote:
RatherBFlyin wrote:That is actually the -500, which if I remember correctly is the shortest of the 737 family.
Wow. I never knew that. I just assumed that -300 was the shortest and the -500 was the longest. :roll:
Don't just assume the larger the number, the larger the plane.

From Smallest to Largest:
737-100 - 94 ft.
737-200 - 100 ft. 2 in.
737-500 - 101 ft. 8 in.
737-600 - 102 ft. 6 in.
737-300 - 109 ft. 7 in.
737-700 - 110 ft. 4 in.
737-400 - 119 ft. 6 in.
737-800 - 129 ft. 6 in.
737-900 - 138 ft. 2 in.
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Post by RatherBFlyin » 18 Jan 2010, 17:05

I shall amend my statement: The -500 is the shortest of the 737 classic family. :P

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