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[AS INTENDED] Nozzle-rotation speed way slower than from what can be seen in real video-sources


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In here you can see that the nozzles are taking ~2 seconds longer to go from ~85° to ~20° than in real videos. (quite precisely a whopping 2.5 seconds)

3-4x slower rotation speed.trk

 

in real videos like these, it takes only ~0,6 seconds....... https://youtu.be/NNhyF1DHWjc?t=71

 

Why was the rotation-speed decreased? Shouldn't it take only as long as in that video?


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that is a different model, not the AV-8B NA

the one on your video is a AV-8B+ so maybe they changed that feature for this model.


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Yes I was aware that it's the radar-version. That's exactly why I'm asking in my last paragraph of my post, maybe anyone can find a video of an AV-8B NA that turns the nozzles just as fast as the B+, because the only internet source I could find only names APG-65 radar and a separate targeting pod as improvements 🤔


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Noting that the Devs recently lowered the rotate speed (with keypresses at least, unsure on analog axis) and included a 'notch' at the 82 degree point, I suspect the lowered rotation rate is a concession to make the nozzles more controllable via key binding.

 

Have you tried with both keypress and analog axis?

 

 

 

 


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On 1/10/2021 at 3:16 PM, Floydii said:

Noting that the Devs recently lowered the rotate speed (with keypresses at least, unsure on analog axis) and included a 'notch' at the 82 degree point, I suspect the lowered rotation rate is a concession to make the nozzles more controllable via key binding.

 

Have you tried with both keypress and analog axis?

 

 

 

 

 

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On 1/11/2021 at 12:16 AM, Floydii said:

Have you tried with both keypress and analog axis?

No, only with the keypresses. Can I set a key on my T.16000 HOTAS to be an analog axis?

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