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Old Feb 24, 2012, 08:55 AM
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A custom made Austrian RC field designed for their own members, this one is small and modest:

UMFC - Gnas - Dieterdorf: http://www.mediafire.com/?18ufi1qf7pfj7c6 (OBS! WinRar, not WinZip).

Stefan Finster flying his T-Rex 700 @ UMFC Gnas (6 min 15 sec)
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Old May 29, 2012, 12:53 PM
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Some new fields here (Did not test myself yet):

http://www.gesv.ch/index.php?option=...club&Itemid=67





Cheers!
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Old May 29, 2012, 04:20 PM
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Puzom found some really good Swiss sceneries. This one is RIAZZINO:

(Thank you, Andrea Berri. Salute!)

http://www.gesv.ch/scenari-PhoenixRC/Riazzino.zip
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Old May 29, 2012, 05:41 PM
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Another Swiss mountainscape. This is SAN VITTORE: (Wikipedia: San Vittore has a population, as of 31 December 2010, of 714...)

http://www.gesv.ch/scenari-PhoenixRC/San_Vittore.zip (design: Andrea Berri)
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Old May 29, 2012, 07:12 PM
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Here's a very special one, a snowcapped mountain peak with a small steel platform for helicopters to land on. (It looks like a roof of some outlook post). Works best with gliders, handlaunch them from the platform, add some winds and turbulence and it's quite fun. This one is GESERO:

http://www.gesv.ch/scenari-PhoenixRC/gesero.zip (design: Andrea Berri)
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Old May 30, 2012, 02:54 AM
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My favorite of Csaba's many superb designs. The weathered concrete runway textures are just amazing and incredibly detailed.
You can almost smell the grass, humidity, and the hot tiles.

http://members.iif.hu/laszlo.csaba/Börgönd_runway.zip
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Old May 30, 2012, 04:54 AM
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@Fadgadget

Thanks for adding screens of those fields. Shame the ambient light is a bit too dark.
Feels as if the model is not one with the scenery now. You happen to speak Italian? Perhaps Andrea Berri can modify them...........but me no speaking italiano

EDIT: I think the panos are taken in Switserland
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Why don't you try and mail him in English? He's probably curious and will use Google Translator. They must know some English. They look fine on a small laptop, you must have a big revealing HD screen.

(Andrea is a common boy name in Italian speaking countries, this one is a 32 yrs old male from Switzerland, search for him on You Tube:
Canale di ALTOP12).

Google Translate is a great tool. I copied a full page in Italian and it came up with a decent Norwegian translation in less than three seconds. Very impressed! Copy - paste - choose a language - translate...
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Old May 30, 2012, 12:57 PM
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Why don't you try and mail him in English? He's probably curious and will use Google Translator. They must know some English! They look fine on a small laptop, you must have a big revealing HD screen.
It's done Now we have to wait........until he/she makes a move.
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A flat German beach. Very flat. Still good, if you want to practice basic aerobatics and not be hindered by objects on the ground. Here you can place out the included Precision Targets and boxes in the sim. Not bad, just flat!

St.Peter-Ording-Strand_2012: www.szenerien.de (subfolder Phoenix RC)
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Water is beautifully rendered in Phoenix. These 3 water sceneries make the best of it and are essential in your collection:

RHEIN QUAY http://modellismoticino.jimdo.com/si...oenix/scenari/ (#13 on the list)
BINNENHORSTER SEE www.szenerien.de (subfolder Phoenix RC)
TATA (Old Lake) http://members.iif.hu/laszlo.csaba/Tata.zip
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Some RC-clubs make their own fields for their own members to practice on. I found this one searching through a long list of German/Austrian RC-clubs. This one is KFC Thon, Grafenstein, Kärnten, Österreich.

"See through" Addiction 3D schemes are the work of Puzom and SVrider58, check their attachment folders for downloads, they are just wonderful, much better than Phoenix's own miserable attempt. The best freeware designers knock the pros easily out when it comes to creating schemes, strangely enough..

KFC-Thon: http://www.modellflug-thon.at/joomla...156&Itemid=113
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Germans are obsessed with getting the smallest details right. Here's one by D. Jacobi, Szenerie Luftsportclub Dillingen-Saar e.V. This designer is an expert on creating crashable objects, you can crash into almost anything here, chimneys, fences, cars, barrels, trees, containers, you name it... even fly into the garage, if your mind is 3-D, not easy to measure distance on a flat screen. It's like driving with one eye closed.

LUFTSPORT DILLINGEN-SAAR E.V. www.szenerien.de (subfolder Phoenix RC):
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Came across this one long ago, it's from Thailand, one of several very good fields designed by Mr Klaus, a German living there permanently, it seems, some people prefer sunshine. There are two versions of this one, the other has a light cloud-cover with some subtle shadows in. Both can be downloaded by the link below.

REU-2: http://www.mrklaus.de.vu/ (Sunshine version)
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Old Jun 02, 2012, 10:27 AM
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A pleasant surprise, a lovely long green slope somewhere in Germany. (It's in Bavaria, Germany).

Photos are reversed! Who cares? Only the locals do. It's brilliant either way.

FISCHEN: http://rcsim.flugmodellbau.de/downlo...ry/Fischen.zip
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