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Hi helmet visor toggle Lalt+Home work or not ?

what is for ? Helmet night vision is implemented ? :joystick:

 

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Hi Ivo, it's only visible in external view, you see the pilots helment visor come up/down in external, currently does not affect darkness inside the cockpit which I think the Mig-21 does do which we are looking into.

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As a lover of both the RAZBAM Mirage 2000C and the LS MiG-21, I have to say I would love for this functionality to be across the two. Honestly, I think all DCS aircraft should have the ability to drop a sun visor. 8)

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Got it in there! :)

"Witness mere F-14s taking off from adjacent flight decks, gracefully canting left and right, afterburners flaming, and there’s something that sweeps you away—or at least it does me. And no amount of knowledge of the potential abuses of carrier task forces can affect the depth of that feeling. It simply speaks to another part of me. It doesn’t want recriminations or politics. It just wants to fly.”

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Damn, you are fast as lightning! That did not even take two hours :shocking:

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Hi to all and thank for your replies. But there is no a night vision like F4 bms for Dcs?

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Hi to all and thank for your replies. But there is no a night vision like F4 bms for Dcs?

 

There is night vision in other DCS aircraft like the A-10C, but our Mirage is not compatible with night vision IRL so it has no night vision ingame.

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There is night vision in other DCS aircraft like the A-10C, but our Mirage is not compatible with night vision IRL so it has no night vision ingame.

Night vision is something you clip to your helmet, the aircraft does not need any compatibility with night vision unless maybe you want uv lighting of which the mirage has ingame.

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You dont need cockpit lighting to utilize NVG's. Anyway the in game adjustable cockpit lighting is good enough just like it was in real life when old aircraft without nvg certified lighting used Nvg's. Hence why many used one tube with focus for flight and the second tube focused for the close in instrument panels.

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Night vision is something you clip to your helmet, the aircraft does not need any compatibility with night vision unless maybe you want uv lighting of which the mirage has ingame.

 

You kinda do in terms of cockpit lighting so you're not blinded when using NVG but yea it's not as severe of limitation as "Impossible"

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You kinda do in terms of cockpit lighting so you're not blinded when using NVG but yea it's not as severe of limitation as "Impossible"

 

the cockpit lights are red and of the same shade so there is minimal interference with NVG and other then the warning panel nothing causes light bloom which is acceptable for NVG qualification on an airframe. So by all standards there should be no reason why we cannot have night vision on the mirage.

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the cockpit lights are red and of the same shade so there is minimal interference with NVG and other then the warning panel nothing causes light bloom which is acceptable for NVG qualification on an airframe. So by all standards there should be no reason why we cannot have night vision on the mirage.

 

There you go, the topic I was talking about.

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=163145&highlight=NVG

 

If you use NVG in the 2000 you would only see a green screen IRL as the cockpit lights emit in a light visible by the NVG. I was wrong in my previous post the mirage 2000C have started using the NVG in 2015 not in the early 2000. If you want to use them there is a mod but be advised that it is not realistic and that's why RAZBAM did not include them.


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There you go, the topic I was talking about.

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=163145&highlight=NVG

 

If you use NVG in the 2000 you would only see a green screen IRL as the cockpit lights emit in a light visible by the NVG. I was wrong in my previous post the mirage 2000C have started using the NVG in 2015 not in the early 2000. If you want to use them there is a mod but be advised that it is not realistic and that's why RAZBAM did not include them.

The upgrade in 2015 was for the -5 and to make the glass cockpit NVG compatible. But the thread does have other interesting notes but most of them are no one really knows and that the french just didnt use them for interceptors.

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As a matter of fact, IRL, when you want to use NVG on a regular basis on fleet of fighters, it requires extensive modifications to both cockpit and external lighting system.

 

The very last models of NVG may have reduced the down sides of NVG.

But M-2000C isn't really the last kid on the block, and NVG capacity isn't something relevant in its operational life.

 

The NVG doesn't have the same amplification across the whole color spectrum. Red lighting is especially amplified and blinding.

The idea is to focus NVG to "infinity" to look outside, and look below NVG ocular to read instruments. Green/ blue cockpit lighting can be used to avoid blinding.

 

The modification have been studied in early 2000', but it hasn't been completed and pilots trained until 2015 to deploy in AG assignment alongside Mirage 2000D.


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