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  1. AH-64D Crashes On Take Off - Debris Picked Up By Rotor Wash Hits Rotors http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qYqvkE4RKA
  2. I love the Longbow. However, an AH-64D would create an unfair advantage in head-to-head multiplayer sessions with KA-50. The millimeter wave radar offers superior target acquisition in terms of speed and efficiency. One single sweep with a clear line of sight for the top mounted radar is all you need. You don't even need to put your wingmen in danger by sending them out for visual recon. Once the data is shared among the flight team, all the radar guided hellfire missiles could be launched from behind cover. Throw the FLIR in for all weather and day/night capability and everyone would be
  3. I was just wondering whether it was possible to install some form of FLIR or terrain radar warning device on these planes if they couldn't fly at a higher altitude.
  4. Just leave the deadzone settings in the Saitek Control Panel at their default (that is, no deadzones). You can use the axis tune option in the BS "Axis Commands" screen to adjust the deadzone for the assigned X52 Pro joystick axis or slider within BS itself.
  5. Oops! My fault :P If you are using the rotary slider to map the zoom function, create 3 bands (NOT DIRECTIONAL AXIS) for the rotary using the Saitek SST software as follows: 0% - 40% ( / ) keypress 40% - 60% ( nothing ) 60% - 100% ( * ) keypress Do not map the rotary slider as the zoom axis under the BS "Axis Commands" screen.
  6. It's a common hardware problem on the Saitek X52 Pro. The slider is triggering signals even when it is still. The rapid switching between the zoom in and zoom out commands creates the jitters aka the shaking screen. There are 4 possible options: 1) Using the TrackIR software, shift the entire response curve (Z axis only) for the "Flight" profile upwards so that you get a more pronounced movement (look closer or pull back) when you move towards or away from the screen (The default value in the TrackIR profile is set too low). This alleviates the need to use the zoom keys as you will be us
  7. Are you zooming by shifting in your seat or are you using the zoom keys with your controller (eg. Saitek X52 pro)?
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2fSjHghubc
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdXwzRKpVAw
  10. If The Apache Had Coaxial Rotors, It Would Look Like This... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmDLuuRiiwo
  11. The attached profile offers 4 levels of zoom (pushing the slider away from you) and another additional 4 levels in the reverse direction. Pulling the slider fully back (towards you) resets the zoom immediately. Zooming out at anytime is achieved by pressing the pinkie button and pulling the slider back towards you. You can also customize your own level of zoom by: 1) Increasing or decreasing the time interval of the key presses (/ or *) 2) Adding or removing the number of trigger zones or "tripwires". For example, you may wish to have fewer levels of zoom but with a greater magnif
  12. Female Apache Pilot http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pfDzyvGwb0
  13. A software solution to a hardware problem. I hope that you guys will find it useful. BS Cockpit Zoom.zip
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