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    Visor darkens view even with the hide helmet option

    Hello,
    please, in helmet cam, if one hide the helmet in options, the visor should not darken the view.

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    GT3 Pilot Olijke Poffer's Avatar
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    Just turn off the vignette at the visual tab..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    Just turn off the vignette at the visual tab..
    vignette on - off do not change nothing.
    use cockpit cam, then switch to helmet and move the view closer the windshield. See yourself the difference, and how much helmet view is darken, even with "dont render helmet" option.

    EDIT:
    you are on XB1.
    i am on PC.
    think we can't compare.

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    That will be the case indeed. I have a clear view now. The same as with the cockpit cam.

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    yes, it is because in pc version i can go forward, near the windshield, and it darkens al lot.

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    so, edit: it is not the visor. it is the windshield that darkens a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonaz View Post
    so, edit: it is not the visor. it is the windshield that darkens a lot.
    Ive noticed this the windsheilds in some of them is very dark...why is this? Makes it hard to see out alot of times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaw3dGenius View Post
    Ive noticed this the windsheilds in some of them is very dark...why is this? Makes it hard to see out alot of times.
    yep...
    one word from developers?
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    This started happening after 2.0. IT SUCKS! I have yet to see it acknowledged by devs. Even stranger is the dash lights (which I need to turn on to combat the horrible exposure) dims with the outside light intensity. Using exposure compensation just washes out the overall image and blows the highlights. This game is becoming a joke.
    Last edited by LordDRIFT; 22-07-2015 at 18:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordDRIFT View Post
    This started happening after 2.0. IT SUCKS! .
    agree. the more we get patches, the worse it becomes
    better if i take it with humor.
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