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| A visitor from - posted Thu September 15, 2011:|
The altimeters disagree because they're not set to exactly the same QNH :). While initially we did set them to the same pressure setting (to crosscheck the primary instrument), we'd received a new setting from ATC while airborne and, seeing that we were flying visually within our base CTR, simply hadn't tuned the second one.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 13, 2011:|
I belive the altimeters is supose to disagree, one of them (probably the one to the right) is showing altitude above ground level, and the left primary one is showing altitude above sea level, am i right? :-) Very lovley picture, great contrast between the red cockpit lights and the blue-ish light outside, love it!
| A visitor from Australia posted Sat September 10, 2011:|
Those little cockpit lights are so inviting...
| A visitor from Hungary posted Sat September 10, 2011:|
1250 feet QNH, but minus 1100feet/min on the VSI: you guys definetely must have had fun :))))
| A visitor from United States posted Sat September 10, 2011:|
The altimeters disagree. Nice focus on the instruments, I feel like I am in the plane with you.