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Cam4 full field of view
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01-06-2014 18:19

tbg captured the full field of view of the TEPCO cam. The view was not zoomed in as is usually seen. The bright lights show the rainbow effect as a lens artifact.

Link to tbg's capture. http://imgur.com/Yolpkli
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(09-26-2015, 09:48 AM)Horse Wrote: [Image: oUjnFQX.png]

01-06-2014 18:19

tbg captured the full field of view of the TEPCO cam.  The view was not zoomed in as is usually seen.  The bright lights show the rainbow effect as a lens artifact.  

Link to tbg's capture.  http://imgur.com/Yolpkli

Good shot H.  I closely watched the cams from 2011-2012.  I have some interesting footage from the TBS/JNN cam where it would pan up and down the coast or show the barge coming into the bay.  I'm sure you have all of those clips too?
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Good shot H.  I closely watched the cams from 2011-2012.  I have some interesting footage from the TBS/JNN cam where it would pan up and down the coast or show the barge coming into the bay.  I'm sure you have all of those clips too?

Well, post some of that footage.  I don’t have much of the early stuff.  Nuck posted TBS/JNN footage showing zooms on all 6 reactors.  He posted most of the videos; a few posted their screen grabs.  I didn't watch the cams that closely in the early days.  I'd see the smoke and lights but I didn't have an understanding of what I was seeing.  

Here’s one of my earliest captures.  The equipment light with the rainbow.  It had me going for awhile, wondering what it was.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/u9zhqzg17lmpas...8.PNG?dl=0

Tbg’s capture proved the rainbow effect was just lens flare.  It was also a good reference as to how far the cameras are zoomed in and what other lights are in the area.
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(10-01-2015, 06:43 AM)Horse Wrote:
Quote:LWH
Good shot H.  I closely watched the cams from 2011-2012.  I have some interesting footage from the TBS/JNN cam where it would pan up and down the coast or show the barge coming into the bay.  I'm sure you have all of those clips too?

Well, post some of that footage.  I don’t have much of the early stuff.  Nuck posted TBS/JNN footage showing zooms on all 6 reactors.  He posted most of the videos; a few posted their screen grabs.  I didn't watch the cams that closely in the early days.  I'd see the smoke and lights but I didn't have an understanding of what I was seeing.  

Here’s one of my earliest captures.  The equipment light with the rainbow.  It had me going for awhile, wondering what it was.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/u9zhqzg17lmpas...8.PNG?dl=0

Tbg’s capture proved the rainbow effect was just lens flare.  It was also a good reference as to how far the cameras are zoomed in and what other lights are in the area.

I'm going to be out of the office until Monday, I'll be around on the forums just not near my archives, but when I get back next week I'll post some of the photos and videos.
"All models are flawed, some are useful."
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