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Thread: Mountain Web Cameras

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    Mountain Web Cameras

    Most of you have seen some of these cameras, but they add more fairly often and sometimes change what direction they look. There are cameras near Hayfork, Weaverville and Wiskeytown lake plus many more in California, Nevada and few in Oregon and Washington. One of my favorite cameras is on top of Mt. Konocti usually looking toward Goat Mountain but it stopped updating in November 2018? So be sure to check the date stamp shown on each photo when looking for current information. Most cameras update the photograph often but not all at the same interval.

    http://www.alertwildfire.org/

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    Re: Mountain Web Cameras

    Yes, but how do you actually get an image? That link only shows where the cameras are....
    Kemp
    ASH-25 (FNX)

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    Re: Mountain Web Cameras

    Click the dot in the area desired. That will give a popup with a link that has a descriptive name. Click the link. Viola, you get the cameras for that area.

    Thanks for the link Russ!

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    Re: Mountain Web Cameras

    Very cool.... Thanks Russ!
    Pete Alexander -- 98

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    Re: Mountain Web Cameras

    I was just was playing with this webpage. Very nice if you expand (drag) the map piece on the right side of the picture. Drag it to the left and you get arrows that indicate locations, names and direction of the cameras. Click on the arrows and you get thumbnails of the pix. Click the thumbnail and it puts that image in the left picture side of the page. Move the map out of the way to view the pix. Very cool.
    Craig

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    Re: Mountain Web Cameras

    Thank you all for the composite tutorial 8^)
    Kemp
    ASH-25 (FNX)

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