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SD.KFZ.250/1 Leichter Schützenpanzerwagen - Early Production - German armored personnel carrier.

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License Type:

Commercial

Price:

$159.00 (USD)

File ID:

42129

Total Size of Files:

77.8 MB

Created / Updated:

Apr 15, 2012 / Apr 15, 2012

Owner:

Panaristi   More free downloads from this user See users marketplace items See this users portfolio Send a Private Message

Tags:

German, SD.KFZ 250, Half Track, APC, transporter, WWII, SD.KFZ, Germany, wehrmacht, deutsches reich, World War Two, army, 4x4, troop, ww2, armored personnel carrier, German Africa, Demag, Hanomag

Materials: yes
Textures: yes
Animated: no
Rigged: no
Includes Normal Map: no
Detail Level: high
Avg Texture Res: 8k

Formats:

Cinema 4D (.c4d), OBJ (.obj), 3D Studio (.3ds), Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws)


Originally modelled in cinema4D 9.5. Detailed enough for close-up renders.

Features:

- Inside scene: - model - 11 textures

- All materials, bodypaint-textures and textures are included.

- No cleaning up necessary, just drop your models into the scene and start rendering.
- No special plugin needed to open scene.

- Phong shading interpolation / Smoothing - 35°

- c4d

- Polygones - 378664 Vertices - 300010 - 98 Objects - 11 textures

- lwo

- Polygones - 378664 Vertices - 299905 - 7 Objects - 11 textures

- 3ds

- Polygones - 518232 Vertices - 538407 - 14 Objects - 8 textures

- obj

- Polygones - 378664 Vertices - 299905 - 7 Objects - 11 textures

Sd.Kfz. 250 was a light armoured halftrack, very similar in appearance to the larger Hanomag-designed SD.KFZ 251, and built by the DEMAG firm, for use by Nazi Germany in World War II.

The vehicle was used in a wide variety of roles throughout WW II. The basic troop carrier version was used as an armored personnel carrier for reconnaissance units, carrying scout sections. This basic variant usually mounted one or two MG 34 machineguns. Later variants carried 20 mm, 37 mm, and even 75 mm guns to support the more lightly armed versions.

Several special-purpose variants were seen early in the war. The 250/3 and 250/5 were command variants, equipped with fewer seats but with long-range radio equipment. These were used by battalion and higher commanders as personal command vehicles, most famously the 250/3 used by Erwin Rommel in the North African campaign.

The zip-file contains bodypaint textures and standard materials.