The following exclusive screenshots are representing a flight from East to West which are left-over screenshots from a “test” flight I did from ENHA to ENOV, near the coast. Some other screenshots will be used in my Norwegian review Part II where I review the freeware airports from Orbx Simulation Systems, who are originally from Tony Wroblewski and still available via the dedicated X-Plane.Org web pages.
Anyway, adding a flight in an airport review wasn’t really the plan, but I wanted to test the ortho textures (photo-realistic) from ZonesPhoto and although they are ZL16, for a flight at 12.000 feet, the end result isn’t bad at all. Actually, it looks awesomely realistic. The screenshots are based on a combination of freeware add-on products like the mesh packages from AlpilotX (HD mesh version 4.0 and UDH mesh version 4.0), ZonesPhoto ortho packages for Norway, FlyWithLua NG, FlyAgi Tweak Utility 1.11 and default clouds.
Check out this exclusive Norwegian photo-real screenshot link, available at X-Plained.Com. Comments or suggestions are welcome!