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For your information:

 

Here is a real life CCPL delivery at Red Flag by Mirage 2000N.

The CCPL mode is the same as Mirage 2000C. Go at 9'58"

http://www.ina.fr/video/CPC08003568

 

CCPL delivery by Mirage 2000B

 

Here is AG gun (CAS = Canon Air Sol) firing by Mirage 2000C RDI:

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For your information:

 

Here is a real life CCPL delivery at Red Flag by Mirage 2000N.

The CCPL mode is the same as Mirage 2000C. Go at 9'58"

http://www.ina.fr/video/CPC08003568

Interesting. To me it looked like the steering cues - those horizontal bars that idicate if your heading is not precise - were much more pronounced in the way they were banking.

 

In our M2K it seems to be implemented more in a linear fashion. If you are far off the required heading, the cues bank a lot, if you are just a little bit off, they bank only a tiny bit. This makes it difficult to correct for small errors as it is almost impossible to gauge the amount of correction that is needed.

 

In that video, even small heading errors produce a pronounced banking of the cue lines and probably only if you are aligned 100% perfect, they would be parallel to the horizon.

 

I my interpretation correct? If so, PLZ Razbam, could your correct it then? :-D


Edited by Flagrum
not vertical, but horizontal bars ... doh!
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This makes it difficult to correct for small errors as it is almost impossible to gauge the amount of correction that is needed.

 

In that video, even small heading errors produce a pronounced banking of the cue lines and probably only if you are aligned 100% perfect, they would be parallel to the horizon.

 

I my interpretation correct? If so, PLZ Razbam, could your correct it then? :-D

 

I get that impression from watching the vid as well, currently i have to zoom fully into the HUD to get a reasonable indication of the steering cues, i find it impossible to gauge from the normal view FOV.

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