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Title: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: piconut on February 04, 2014, 02:05:07 PM
It occurred to me that while we have a forum board for people to post a link to their webcam, we don't have a post that includes current, updating images from our webcams.  Most likely, when a member comes to this forum to research information on setting a a weather webcam, they look to see what other people are using.  The problem is that one has to wade through a myriad of posts to see all the images that our webcams capture.  I'm hoping that we can make this topic a "sticky topic" so that we might help other members figure out what they want to try regarding the setup of a new webcam.


All I ask is that you only post image links to images that are regularly updated, preferably with a time-stamp on the image (but not required).   Also, include the type of webcam and software you are using to capture images, as well as if it is mounted inside or outside.  Full resolution images only please.


I have 4 Hikvision IP cameras (3 MP) that are mounted on the anemometer mast which is mounted on my roof.  I'm using IP Timelapse (https://iptimelapse.com/) to capture the images every 15 seconds to create a time lapse movie, and to place the weather data on the image (from VWS). 

(http://robuck.net/weather/wxip/north/north_current_thumb960.jpg)


(http://robuck.net/weather/wxip/east/east_current_thumb960.jpg)


(http://robuck.net/weather/wxip/south/south_current_thumb960.jpg)


(http://robuck.net/weather/wxip/west/west_current_thumb960.jpg)




Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: SlowModem on February 04, 2014, 03:29:06 PM
Update 4/23/14:  I have a Foscam FI8905.  It looks good so far (for the view that I have to work with).  Time will tell if it works consistently.  I upload with YAWCAM to the website (http://www.wattsbarweather.net) every 30 seconds.  There is a night light behind the house (you can see the bottom of the power pole on the right edge of the picture) which helps night vision (IR turned off).  The camera is inside looking through a window and storm window.  I may try to move it outside in a couple of weeks.

(http://www.wattsbarweather.net/image_1.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: ed2kayak on February 04, 2014, 03:36:19 PM
Camera Type: Panasonic BB-HCM531A
Software: SebecTec IPTimelapse webcam
Mounted: inside
The view is S which isn't the best, early in the day.
I just started using SebeTec software, which works well for me, weather data overlay is from my WU feed.

I just recently copied an idea I saw here, put a shelve on top of my office window, put the camera in a small box, spray painted flat black.
It really should be outside.

Now to add a second cam.

Kudos to piconut for mounting on anemometer mask, I may try that in the spring.

(http://cvweather.org/jpgwebcam.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: CNYWeather on February 04, 2014, 03:47:59 PM
3 cams for me. All DLink brand. Snowcam (DCS-942) used WD to capture and upload the image.
This one will become a hummingbird or bluebird cam in the spring.


Front and back cams use Webcam 7 to upload every 15 minutes and stream.

Frontcam (Hikivision DS-2CD2032-I HD PoE Camera) updated 9/2015
(http://www.cnyweather.com/images/jpgwebcam.jpg)

Backcam (DCS-942)
(http://www.cnyweather.com/images/backcam.jpg)

You'll see lots of snow on these all tomorrow  :grin:
 
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: racenet on February 04, 2014, 04:39:52 PM
Here is our first cam. Just a cheap bullet cam placed outside in 2004.

(http://www.nhweatherdata.com/webcam/lisbon.jpg)

This is our Toshiba IK-WB21A ptz cam.

(http://www.nhweatherdata.com/webcam/ipcam.jpg)

(http://www.nhweatherdata.com/images/IK-WB21a.jpg)



Bob
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Ian. on February 04, 2014, 04:43:34 PM
(http://www.chatteris.biz/WDL/jpgwebcam.jpg)

Sebectec software with Olympus SP500UZ digital camera here with Weather Display providing the overlay and upload
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: W3DRM on February 04, 2014, 04:45:11 PM
At the present time, I only have one webcam but am working on getting a second one going later this coming summer. Mine is a Logitech QuickCam Fusion HD PRO C920. It points to the SSW towards the Carson Range.

(http://www.carsonvalleyweather.com/webcam/webcam.jpg)
This camera is near-sighted (out-of-focus). A -2 diopter lens is on order and will be installed once it arrives. I may increase the image size if the correcting lens works.

EDITED: 2/6/2014 9:39pm - Received and installed the -2 diopter lens this evening. Not sure what effect, if any, it may have had. Won't really know until tomorrow morning...

EDITED: 2/27/2014 3:49pm PST - Changed camera setting from 320x240 to 640x480 to see if that helped with resolution. It did not. Still not very clear even with the -2 diopter lens attached.

EDITED: 8/27/2014 8:22am PDT - Changed camera to a Logitech HD PRO C920 set 640x480 with the "Hubble Fix" of -2 diopter lense adapter. Looks much better than ther original camera!

EDITED: 8/31/2015 7:53pm PDT - Second HD PRO C920 is about ready to be installed. Hope to have it on-line by the end of September (can't rush into things, you know...)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: gt651 on February 04, 2014, 04:51:40 PM
Not exactly a weather cam but a lot of people use it for weather - StarDot XL 3MP.

(http://mnlakecams.com/latest_webcam_photo.php)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on February 04, 2014, 04:53:28 PM
Hubble-ized Logitech C920 Pros  Webcam7 Pro. Data by VWS
(images link to active page)(if no image, host server was likely updating when image called)
Cams mounted outdoors:

(http://www.ourspecialnet.com/Weather/TwinHollies/i-322krsz/0/L/weathercams-L.jpg) (http://www.ourspecialnet.com/Weather/TwinHollies/i-322krsz/A)

(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_1.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_1.html)
Cam 1 Live Streaming (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam1.html)

(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_2.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_2.html)
Cam 2 Live Streaming (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam2.html)

(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_3.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_3.html)
Cam 3 Live Streaming (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam3.html)

Hikvision DS-2CD2032-I   4mm POE  TP-Link TL-SF1008P
(images link to active page)(if no image, host server was likely updating when image called)
Cams mounted outdoors:


(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h1.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h1.html)
Southwest Live Streaming (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam_h1.html)

(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h3.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h3.html)
BirdCam Live Streaming (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam_h3.html)

(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h2.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h2.html)
SnowCam Live Streaming (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam_h2.html)

and finally,
All Cam Still Image Cycle (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/seq.html)
Cheers.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: gwwilk on February 04, 2014, 04:53:41 PM
The StarDots have been retired.  I now have a couple of HikVision's.  One faces north and looks onto our townhome commons:

(http://www.gwwilkins.org/HikVision-pv.jpg)


The other faces south looking onto our street:

(http://www.gwwilkins.org/HikVision.jpg)


The overlays are supplied by ImageSalsa using VWS data.

As you can see, the images are used in my avatar and signature banner.

In order to see everyone's latest images you might need to refresh this page with <Ctrl><F5> or <Shift><F5>.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: ValentineWeather on February 04, 2014, 04:57:20 PM
Nebraska cams  DS-2CD2232-I5. 3MP EXIR Bullet Camera

(http://www.valentinenebraska.net/cam_4.jpg)


(http://www.valentinenebraska.net/cam_1.jpg)






Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: MackerelSky on February 04, 2014, 05:30:26 PM
Here's ours.

A HIKVISION DS-2CD2032-I 4mm IP facing NW out over the backyard, located under the eave of my house. We use Sebectec software for time/temp stamping and making the videos. No pics taken at night

(http://mckeanweather.com/cam/image.jpg) (http://www.mckeanweather.com/mwwebcam.php)

And one day, we might even have some sun back
Brad
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: saratogaWX on February 04, 2014, 05:31:43 PM
The Saratoga webcam is a Panasonic BB-HCM735A and Image Salsa V2.0.13 software provides the annotation feed.  The camera is on the roof line of the house, facing North-East along Scotland Drive.  Since the cam has good low-light response, and we're in a urban-light area, the image is available day and night.

(http://saratogawx.dyndns.org:18080/netcam.php)

(http://saratoga-weather.org/images/panasonic-BB-HCM735A-sm.jpg)

The Panasonic is a PoE device so is powered through the Ethernet cable from a PoE switch in the weather station room.  Image Salsa grabs the image from the webcam once per second, adds annotation, and saves the image to a XAMPP Apache server on the weather station system where a PHP script picks it up and sends it to the browser (or sends a 'WebCam is offline' image if the image is too old).  The netcam page on the site uses JavaScript to reload the image a set number of times, then time out (so I won't get campers on the netcam page).

Best regards,
Ken

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: areesemd on February 04, 2014, 05:41:04 PM
(http://weather.mumbojimbo.no-ip.info/img/web_cam.php?1391553277380)

Olympus SP-500UZ using Sebectec software, looking WNW out an attic window.

(http://weather.mumbojimbo.no-ip.info/img/web_cam.php?photo=2&1421031814816)

Second camera, Olympus C4000Z, looking E out attic window.  Subzero temperatures often affect image in winter.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: chief-david on February 04, 2014, 06:15:53 PM
(http://weather.rms.rdale.org/webcam.jpg)

I would like to have more ground, but there is a large sound barrier wall from the HWY.
I am using a simple Logitech web cam.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Intheswamp on February 04, 2014, 06:44:31 PM
(http://www.beeweather.com/webcam01/cam_1.jpg)
Camera: Logitech USB C920 Pro
Modification:  Mike's "Hubble Fix" with a Nikon -2 diopter
Mount:  Mounted outdoors in pvc security camera housing
Location:  Luverne, Alabama
Connection:  10-meter active USB extender
Computer:  Intel Core2 Duo 3.0GHz 64-bit w/4gb RAM
OS: Win7
Webcam Software:  webcamXP Free v5.7.4.0 Build 38112
Image Rez: 1024x576
Image Size: Averages ~60kb
Update Interval: Still image every 25 seconds
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Jumpin Joe on February 04, 2014, 07:35:41 PM
Here are my three webcams... Snow started about 45 minutes ago. Expecting 4" to 8" with ice possible after snowfall.

Cam 1 Facing East - Logitech 9000 with Hubble Fix. Mounted outside in an outdoor security cam enclosure.
(http://joesweather.info/still/cam_1.jpg?)

Cam 2 Snow Cam - D-Link 933L - Mounted outside in a waterproof Halogen Lamp enclosure with the lamp removed. Hardwired with Cat 6.
(http://joesweather.info/still/cam_2.jpg?)

Cam 3 Facing West - Axis 211 with night vision. Mounted outside in an outdoor security cam enclosure.
(http://joesweather.info/still/cam_3.jpg?)

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Dr Obbins on February 04, 2014, 08:29:19 PM
Hikvision DS-2CD2032-1 Camera Facing North.
(http://www.cavecountryweather.com/webcam/jpgwebcam.jpg)

Hikvision DS-2CD2032-1 Camera Facing South.
(http://www.cavecountryweather.com/webcam/front.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: smorris on February 04, 2014, 10:46:47 PM
Note: All images are automatically reduced by the forum software. Click on the image to view full resolution.

 Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 with the -2 diopter Hubble correction, mounted indoors, and running on an Apple iMac via EvoCam (http://www.evological.com/evocam.html) v3.7.5 from ecological.com This camera only uploads images during daylight hours.

(http://www.avon-weather.com/webcam2.jpg)


Sharx Security (http://www.sharxsecurity.com/index.html) SCNC 3905 outdoor wireless IP camera (set to run at 1280 X 720 rather than full resolution 1920 X 1080) running through EvoCam (http://www.evological.com/evocam.html)

(http://www.avon-weather.com/webcam.jpg)


Sharx Security (http://www.sharxsecurity.com/index.html) SCNC 3905 outdoor wireless IP camera running through EvoCam (http://www.evological.com/evocam.html)

(http://www.avon-weather.com/securitycam.jpg)


Olympus SP-500UZ, mounted indoors, and running on SebecTec Webcam Ultra (http://sebectec.com/download/index.htm) v3.6.4 on Windows XP Pro via Parallels Desktop on my Apple iMac.

(http://www.avon-weather.com/sebectec.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: MesquiteWx on February 04, 2014, 11:52:05 PM
Some great looking cams. Makes me not even want to post mine after spending close to $500 and it looks like poo poo.

Axis M-1113-E mounted on my mast about 50' above the ground to get it above the trees looking west-ish.

Running ImageSalsa.

(http://107.199.196.182:18080/stream.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: GregJ on February 04, 2014, 11:57:16 PM
I just noticed this link....  It was WAY out of date  :oops:, so here is updated information:

I have 3 cams that run 24/7..... About 3,500 images per day per cam.  I upload a 420x236 thumbnail, a 1024x576 image and a 1920x1080 image once a minute per cam.  Every hour I upload a time lapse video of the previous 3 hours from each cam as well.  At the end of the day, I upload a time lapse of the completed day.  I capture 3 images per minute, so the time lapse run time is approximately 18 seconds.  The thumbnails are aligned to form a "panorama" at the top of my site www.SkunkBayWeather.com (http://www.SkunkBayWeather.com).  I am using Sebectec software and the Olympus SP500 cams.  My enclosure is home made with cedar siding to match the house.  The view is looking up Admiralty Inlet and Whidbey Island.  For perspective, here is what the cams are looking at:

 (http://skunkbayweather.com/ScopeOfView.jpg)

I have a page with images and the time lapses all on one page:

http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SkunkBayWebcam.html (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SkunkBayWebcam.html)

Here is Cam 1.  The flagpole is the mast off the first boat my Dad built in the 30's.

(http://www.skunkbayweather.com/Cam1/Cam1_1024x576.jpg)

Cam 2 looks at Whidbey Island with Mt. Baker in the background when it is clear:

(http://www.skunkbayweather.com/Cam2/Cam2_1024x576.jpg)

Cam 3 also looks at Whidbey Island with the Cascade Mountain range in the background:

(http://www.skunkbayweather.com/Cam3/Cam3_1024x576.jpg)

I recently added a live streaming cam that runs during daylight hours:

http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SBWLiveCam.html (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SBWLiveCam.html)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: SLOweather on February 05, 2014, 12:26:16 AM
This is my Panasonic PTZ cam PHP script-generated "panoranimated" GIF, a 90 minute loop (1x every ten minutes) of 5 side by side frames.

(http://wx.sloweather.com/images/banneranim.gif)

This is the static, full 8 frame/1x every 10 minutes 200 degree panorama: The size is reduced on the forum. Clicking on it will show the full size 2466 x 220 image.

(http://wx.sloweather.com/images/panorama2.jpg)

I think I calculated that the camera moves about 1,300 times a day to make these.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Mark / Ohio on February 05, 2014, 12:44:43 AM
(http://www.fairfieldcountyweather.com/weathercam/Weather%20Cam.jpg)

Logitech Webcam Pro 9000 looking out a window toward the NorthEast.  It is set to operate sunrise to sunset usinf ImageSalsa v1.9.14
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: ke9lz on February 05, 2014, 12:45:39 AM
All these snow shots brought me out of the woodwork!  There is a full sized picnic table under the 2 1/2 feet of snow!  This is a shot from the front window of may cabin in northern Wisconsin.  It is an Olympus C4000 using VM95 and Imagesalsa for the finishing touches.  I have 22 shown cameras on my site for this location http://weather.athelstanewi.com/wxwebcam.php (http://weather.athelstanewi.com/wxwebcam.php) along with 2 high res cameras http://weather.athelstanewi.com/wxhires.php (http://weather.athelstanewi.com/wxhires.php) and several that are not shown for security.  The lower high res camera is a Olympus C5050 that is pointed to the north sky and is used to view and record northern lights at night and sky conditions during the day.  I have got some great aurora images from it.

(http://weather.athelstanewi.com/jpeg/hirescam.jpg)

(http://weather.athelstanewi.com/jpeg/hirescam1.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: wvdkuil on February 05, 2014, 03:37:06 AM
The link to my webcam image from Belgium is http://www.weerstation-wilsele.be/index.php?p=99 (http://www.weerstation-wilsele.be/index.php?p=99)
It is shown as a small image on every page. After a click on the small image the full page window is shown  with a still image or a video stream.
The camera is a 3 year old Panasonic BL-C140. It is mounted high on the wall on the outside of the house facing north. And the box with the documentation is gathering dust somewhere on the attic. Very reliable camera. I selected this one as it had PoE , so only one network cable through the wall (as we have thick stone walls here).
The video program is SecuritySpy on the Mac, it generates the still images with the timestamp and uploads it once every minute to a website. It serves also as a video server for the camera.
 I am always testing other video servers for use with my template and it seems SecuritySpy is in no way bothered by other video programs.
(http://www.wiri.be/image.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Dr Obbins on February 05, 2014, 06:22:20 AM
All these snow shots brought me out of the woodwork!  There is a full sized picnic table under the 2 1/2 feet of snow!
2 1/2' of snow!? I'd be hiding in the woodwork also!  :-)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: meteo-saint-brevin on February 05, 2014, 09:14:13 AM
I'm using a wifi D-Link DCS-2130 facing NW. Resolution 640x480. Software is iSpy and image is updated every minute.

(http://www.meteo-saint-brevin.fr/webcam/cam_0.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Andy G on February 05, 2014, 09:17:51 AM
I have 2 webcams the first one is "Backyard Cam" Panasonic WV-SW175 http://webpages.charter.net/aggets/webcamxp/cam_1.jpg?1391609567186 (http://webpages.charter.net/aggets/webcamxp/cam_1.jpg?1391609567186)

(http://webpages.charter.net/aggets/webcamxp/cam_1.jpg?1391609567186)

and "Feeder Cam" which is a BL_C140A http://webpages.charter.net/aggets/webcamxp/cam_2.jpg?1391609775545 (http://webpages.charter.net/aggets/webcamxp/cam_2.jpg?1391609775545)

(http://webpages.charter.net/aggets/webcamxp/cam_2.jpg?1391609775545)

I use Webcam XP to control and ftp both cameras. Both are located outside with the Feeder Cam being in a weatherproof enclosure.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on February 05, 2014, 10:23:12 PM
Here are my camera images. Both cameras are about 25 Ft AGL. I'd like to get higher but they're good enough. The north camera is the Logitech C920 which is installed on the apex of the lower roof above the garage connected to the computer through a 15' USB extension. The south camera is the Swann ADW-200. This camera is installed on the WX pole near the top.

I use Weather Display's included web cam program to handle both cameras. Have the images updating and sending every 5 minutes.

(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/m/c/mckTXaws/2/current.jpg?1391656949)  Swann ADW-200 looking south.
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/m/c/mckTXaws/1/current.jpg?1391656748)  Logitech C920 looking north.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on February 05, 2014, 10:44:07 PM
I have 2 cams that run 24/7.  Currently they are aligned to form a "panorama".  I am using Sebectec software and the Olympus SP500 cams.  My enclosure is home made with cedar siding to match the house.  The view is looking up Admiralty Inlet and Whidbey Island.  For perspective, here is what the cams are looking at:

 (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SBWInfo.jpg)

Here is Cam 1.  The flagpole is the mast off the first boat my Dad built in the 30's.

(http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SkunkBay.jpg)

Cam 2 looks at Whidbey Island:

(http://www.skunkbayweather.com/Cam2/Cam2.jpg)

I have a page that shows the cams aligned in panorama.... at least for now....

http://www.skunkbayweather.com/View.html (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/View.html)
I envy you having that coastal location. What I wouldn't give to have that. I miss that area.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: GregJ on February 06, 2014, 12:33:38 AM
Thank you for your kind words Skywatch.  Basically just dumb luck that I ended up with this place.  I was a salmon fishing addict when I bought the place back in 1976 when I was 24.  By 1980 I would not have been able to afford it.  There has not been a single day that I have not been thankful, when I look at this view, for that impulsive decision 37 years ago....  Plus.... Salmon fishing is still pretty good.... =D&gt;

Greg
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on February 06, 2014, 12:59:56 AM
I love it here in TX but I always tell my folks I hope to someday return to Washington. You simply can't beat the Pacific NW. Especially on the water. Some day I'll go back home.

About 16 years ago I was right across the sound from you in Everett. Mukilteo used to be a popular destination for my family and I and we used to take the ferry out from Mukilteo across the Puget Sound and I remember I always used to watch the water looking to see if the fish would surface. Now just memories. Salmon fishing is something I wish I could experience.

Maybe dumb luck will find me someday.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: GregJ on February 06, 2014, 01:55:39 AM
Skywatch,
A lot has changed over the years.  I don't know when you were here, but in my time ... a LOT has changed.  When I moved here in 1977, there were 3 functioning boathouses with long lines of customers (salmon fisherman) on the weekends.  Last week Point No Point resort was bulldozed to the ground.  It was the last functioning resort in the area.  It closed around 2000.  My cousin owned and operated that resort from 1977 until it closed.  The main dwelling was build in the 20's.  I spent a LOT of time there.  Beautiful old growth fir throughout the place.  It breaks my heart that it was not preserved as a historic landmark. 

So.... Enough of the sad news.... Because of my great teachers of "old school" techniques of salmon fishing (Shorty, Vic, Pete, Bill, John... ) I am still catching salmon when others aren't.  Last summer I had a short season because of a kitchen remodel I am doing.  I fished for 10 days and got 10 kings.  Biggest was 23lbs.  I had 3 over 20 and most were in the upper teens.  At the risk of sounding arrogant (and I probably am).... Fishing was very slow.  During those 10 days, I saw about 5 fish caught per day and an average of 50 boats fishing per day.  I am very blessed to have had great teachers over the years.

I am a bit nostalgic when it comes to fishing and boats.  A few years back I rebuilt one of the Point No Point rental boats with my son.  It was the best father/son projects we ever did.  I took a few pics and put up a site for it.  http://www.skunkbayweather.com/PtNoPtBoat/ (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/PtNoPtBoat/)

Thought I'd share,
Greg

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: FreeMan on February 06, 2014, 03:25:17 AM
My webcam: http://mellos.no/index.php?lang=en (http://mellos.no/index.php?lang=en)
Webcam archive: http://mellos.no/cam1.php?lang=en (http://mellos.no/cam1.php?lang=en)
Time-lape: http://mellos.no/timelapse.php?lang=en (http://mellos.no/timelapse.php?lang=en)
Time-lapse archive: http://mellos.no/timelapse-arkiv.php?lang=en (http://mellos.no/timelapse-arkiv.php?lang=en)

(http://mellos.no/assets/images/webcam/webcam1.jpg)

Gonna try to explain how it works here. Might be a little different. I don't use a dedicaded webcam software.
Webcam is a Hikvision DS-2CD2032 4mm. With this camera you can change the camera settings with Perl script.

Sunset: A perl script set the shutter to 1/3 (image is very dark with 1/25 at night), increase noise reduction and set WDR to 0.
Sunrise: Shutter to 1/25, decrease noise reduction and set WDR to 21.

WEBCAM
Camera is sending images to a local ftp server every 10 second. This is for my time-lapse script.
Every 5 minutes another script is copy the newset image for upload. This script resizes the image, add logo and upload to my website and Weather Underground.

TIME-LAPSE
This is created and uploaded automaticly to my website and youtube every day. The music fades out based on length of the time-lapse.

This was the short version :) It's all done with windows batch on windows 7. ActivePerl for perl on windows.

The perl script for Hikvision is available here: http://www.cctvforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=37200&p=229147#p229147 (http://www.cctvforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=37200&p=229147#p229147)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: ukwoody on February 16, 2014, 11:41:18 AM
Puts mine to shame a little  :oops:   I've just got a Wansview NCM621W (H.264 Mega Pixel 720P) external cam mounted under the eaves of the house facing South.   Currently updating a JPG image every 1 minute using Blue Iris software.  Have only just got this and the site up and running so still some tweaking to do yet.

(http://www.woodyspembs.org.uk/uploads/WeatherCam.jpg)

Main site  www.woodyspembs.org.uk

Woody
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Post by: ocala on February 16, 2014, 01:07:12 PM
This is where my cam will be going. But for right it's just a pic. Thought you guys might want to see what the color green looks like since a lot of you are buried in snow.
Edit.
Man I hate this new forum. Can't get any pics to upload.
Oh well.
There, got it to work. Woohoo!
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Jumpin Joe on February 16, 2014, 01:36:14 PM
This is where my cam will be going. But for right it's just a pic. Thought you guys might want to see what the color green looks like since a lot of you are buried in snow.

Where's the pic?
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: cospringswx on February 16, 2014, 02:02:23 PM
This is where my cam will be going. But for right it's just a pic. Thought you guys might want to see what the color green looks like since a lot of you are buried in snow.
Edit.
Man I hate this new forum. Can't get any pics to upload.
Oh well.
There, got it to work. Woohoo!

That's a nice view. And yes I like the green!
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: miraculon on February 16, 2014, 03:43:51 PM
Skywatch,
A lot has changed over the years.  I don't know when you were here, but in my time ... a LOT has changed.  When I moved here in 1977, there were 3 functioning boathouses with long lines of customers (salmon fisherman) on the weekends.  Last week Point No Point resort was bulldozed to the ground.  It was the last functioning resort in the area.  It closed around 2000.  My cousin owned and operated that resort from 1977 until it closed.  The main dwelling was build in the 20's.  I spent a LOT of time there.  Beautiful old growth fir throughout the place.  It breaks my heart that it was not preserved as a historic landmark. 

So.... Enough of the sad news.... Because of my great teachers of "old school" techniques of salmon fishing (Shorty, Vic, Pete, Bill, John... ) I am still catching salmon when others aren't.  Last summer I had a short season because of a kitchen remodel I am doing.  I fished for 10 days and got 10 kings.  Biggest was 23lbs.  I had 3 over 20 and most were in the upper teens.  At the risk of sounding arrogant (and I probably am).... Fishing was very slow.  During those 10 days, I saw about 5 fish caught per day and an average of 50 boats fishing per day.  I am very blessed to have had great teachers over the years.

I am a bit nostalgic when it comes to fishing and boats.  A few years back I rebuilt one of the Point No Point rental boats with my son.  It was the best father/son projects we ever did.  I took a few pics and put up a site for it.  http://www.skunkbayweather.com/PtNoPtBoat/ (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/PtNoPtBoat/)

Thought I'd share,
Greg

The boat turned out really nice. What a difference from what you started out with. Looks like new. =D&gt;

Greg

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: miraculon on February 16, 2014, 03:47:10 PM
Here is my webcam. The overlay is generated via Meteoplug/Meteobridge.

Camera is facing SSW.

(http://content.meteobridge.com/cam/111c0f49d37febfc1e38e18f6f86ce8c/camplus.jpg)

Greg
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cienega32 on February 17, 2014, 01:03:45 AM
Beautiful job on that boat, Greg! I noticed on its first taste of water that your dog was no longer laughing.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Greg_M on February 17, 2014, 12:11:17 PM
A picture from the other day.
Hood Canal Webcam, Squamish Harbor across the water.
Western WA out of Port Gamble

(http://www.datilcam.com/rainbow.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on February 21, 2014, 05:21:15 PM
Here are my camera images. Both cameras are about 25 Ft AGL. I'd like to get higher but they're good enough. The north camera is the Logitech C920 which is installed on the apex of the lower roof above the garage connected to the computer through a 15' USB extension. The south camera is the Swann ADW-200. This camera is installed on the WX pole near the top.

I use Weather Display's included web cam program to handle both cameras. Have the images updating and sending every 5 minutes.

(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/m/c/mckTXaws/2/current.jpg?1391656949)  Swann ADW-200 looking south.
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/m/c/mckTXaws/1/current.jpg?1391656748)  Logitech C920 looking north.
Not sure if anyone noticed a difference; but a little bit earlier I re-installed the north facing camera to the eve of the roof using 2" steel clamps and a 2' extension. This added 5' to the camera's height AGL. I have a little bit of the horizon in the image. Better at seeing approaching storms!
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Aardvark on February 21, 2014, 05:29:13 PM
Three cameras, at night  the reflections from inside the house are a pain in the tush, so if you see them, try back later. all cameras are PTZ  and Foscam FI8910W.  Cameras update every 15 seconds.

Sky Cam 1 - facing south
(http://desmoinesweather.org/weatherdata/webcam2/Skycam_1.jpg)

Weather 2 Facing weather station and all that stuff:
(http://desmoinesweather.org/weatherdata/webcam2/Weather2_1.jpg)

North Camera
(http://www.desmoinesweather.org/weatherdata/northcamera_1.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Dr Obbins on February 22, 2014, 01:15:42 PM
I have 2 cams that run 24/7.  I upload a thumbnail and new image once a minute per cam.  Every hour I upload a time lapse video of the previous 3 hours from each cam as well.  I capture 3 images per minute, so the time lapse run time is 18 seconds.  Currently they are aligned to form a "panorama".  I am using Sebectec software and the Olympus SP500 cams.  My enclosure is home made with cedar siding to match the house.  The view is looking up Admiralty Inlet and Whidbey Island. 
So, can you go into a bit more detail on how you merge the two cameras?
Does the Sebectec software merge them into one picture?
If not, how is the time lapse synchronized?
The panorama alignment is physically adjusting the cameras?


EDIT: Changed to a new camera setup.


Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: ayde_bury on February 23, 2014, 09:23:02 AM
DLink DCS-2230 Wireless IP Cam, Facing West in Suffolk, UK (as that's the prevailing weather direction).

(http://oinky.net/weather/images/AllOne01.jpg)

The power company should be putting the cables underground over the next few weeks, so the view will tidy up a bit.
Title: webcam
Post by: ws vreewijk on February 24, 2014, 12:31:49 PM
Ok my cam logitech pro9000 usb facing north/north/west.
Webam live stream true wc7,and still uploaded  every 5 minits.
This cam has equipt with a diopter -2 so it is hubble fixed.
Webcam mounted inside a plastic foodbox,with glass window in front but with holes at the edges to avoid heat in summer , and condensation.
Image set at 970x720

Can someone  give a hint how to add my cam directly on here ?
 
EDIT: Thanks Mike
 
 (http://wsvreewijk.ucoz.com/cam_1.jpg?)
 

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on February 24, 2014, 03:07:10 PM
Can someone  give a hint how to add my cam directly on here ?
 http://wsvreewijk.ucoz.com/cam_1.jpg
Here you go, Chris:
(http://wsvreewijk.ucoz.com/cam_1.jpg?)
The "?" at the end of the code should tell the browser to reload the image
when this forum page is opened...
Code: [Select]
[img]http://wsvreewijk.ucoz.com/cam_1.jpg?[/img]Mike
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Feelgood Ranch on February 24, 2014, 03:15:23 PM
http://feelgoodranchweather.com/camera.html
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: cospringswx on February 24, 2014, 03:16:10 PM
http://feelgoodranchweather.com/camera.html

Thats beautiful.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: SlowModem on February 24, 2014, 03:54:13 PM
http://feelgoodranchweather.com/camera.html

What a beautiful picture!   =D&gt;
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Feelgood Ranch on February 24, 2014, 04:24:42 PM
I am not code literate and don't see reason to change.  Image same with either link when clicked on.  Please enlighten me as to reason for request.  Image better when not snowing as it is today.

Thanks.

Ken Keyes
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Jumpin Joe on February 24, 2014, 04:32:13 PM
I am not code literate and don't see reason to change.  Image same with either link when clicked on.  Please enlighten me as to reason for request.  Image better when not snowing as it is today.

Thanks.

Ken Keyes

Awesome picture!

In my opinion..... When it snowing it does not get much better. Unless I'm on a golf course.  :lol:

Joe
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Feelgood Ranch on February 24, 2014, 04:48:04 PM
Here is other link used at WU:  http://www.feelgoodranchweather.com/images/live.jpg
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Feelgood Ranch on February 24, 2014, 06:01:20 PM
I think my post just prior to your helpful comment will do it...if not let me know.

Ken
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on March 01, 2014, 03:15:32 PM
Here's my new East camera. And a nice shot of my WX rig!
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/m/c/mckTXaws/3/current.jpg?1393704686)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: piconut on March 01, 2014, 03:44:14 PM
Nice shot Matthew!  Does that Logitech C920 have the Hubble fix?
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on March 01, 2014, 03:49:02 PM
Just a few trips to the roof and some fine tuning of the contrast.

PS. I notice my images have stopped updating on Wunderground. However I do recall this same behavior on WU back when I registered and initiated my other 2 cameras where the uploads would stop for about an hour or so. Is this normal with WU?
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cienega32 on March 01, 2014, 04:49:13 PM
Mine are from Oly C4000 (4) and 1 C765 (SE View) running under VM95:

http://www.lascruces-weather.com/wxcams.php (http://www.lascruces-weather.com/wxcams.php)

I also have a few Logitechs and a few TrendNet IP cams under BlueIris but those are more property/security related right now and not all are hooked up.

My north-side shelf:
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: piconut on March 01, 2014, 04:49:25 PM
I notice my images have stopped updating on Wunderground. However I do recall this same behavior on WU back when I registered and initiated my other 2 cameras where the uploads would stop for about an hour or so. Is this normal with WU?
I still upload images to WU but I stopped looking at the them on WU due to the inconstancy issues. 
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on March 01, 2014, 05:11:49 PM
Wunderweenie has the 10sec still image links from my cams that I upload for NWS use, and my own pages. They're welcome to use them.  WU is just a 'side', and I could literally care less... but WU rarely 'drops' them.  Not so with my WxRadio feed... they dropped it out once too often and I was fed up with 'readding'... now stream it to my own pages. No drop outs, unless I cause 'em.
Mike
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Skywatch on March 01, 2014, 09:21:15 PM
My images are streaming. Guess my original theory was right that image uploads pause for an hour after initiating a new web cam ID in WU. Got it fixed now.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: cospringswx on March 01, 2014, 10:11:49 PM
Mine are from Oly C4000 (4) and 1 C765 (SE View) running under VM95:

http://www.lascruces-weather.com/wxcams.php (http://www.lascruces-weather.com/wxcams.php)



I also have a few Logitechs and a few TrendNet IP cams under BlueIris but those are more property/security related right now and not all are hooked up.

My north-side shelf:

Nice setup Pat.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cienega32 on March 02, 2014, 02:00:27 AM
Thanks, Ryan. Still more to do when I get time. Need to stuff the wiring away on that shelf still. The two south views are on an old laptop and I'll expand that if I ever get around to building "Junior 2". It struggles with those two as is and any Logitechs on it just kill the USB power.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: cospringswx on March 02, 2014, 02:04:38 AM
Thanks, Ryan. Still more to do when I get time. Need to stuff the wiring away on that shelf still. The two south views are on an old laptop and I'll expand that if I ever get around to building "Junior 2". It struggles with those two as is and any Logitechs on it just kill the USB power.

Junior 2 eh?  Custom H2O? :grin:
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cienega32 on March 02, 2014, 07:14:04 AM
Nah, just something simple like the other one - "Junior" - to run the back of the house cams.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on March 02, 2014, 09:51:34 AM
Thanks, Ryan. Still more to do when I get time. Need to stuff the wiring away on that shelf still. The two south views are on an old laptop and I'll expand that if I ever get around to building "Junior 2". It struggles with those two as is and any Logitechs on it just kill the USB power.
Try a powered USB Port...?? I run my three main cams through one powered multi-port without issues on Active extender cables.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: ws vreewijk on March 02, 2014, 12:00:29 PM
Just to clearyfy......

At the beginning of my webcam adventures I had a problem using active usb cables  10 meters long , the pc went down with a warning that damage to the pc would happen and therefore the pc went down completely.
After I went back to the shop the gave me a new one as I was thinking the active usb cable was not ok,gues what.... the second cable hat the same problem.
So i went back to and buy a passive cable and put the usb cam more nearbye,no problems anymore.

If I change my configuration now i would do the following :

I would use  passive cables  up to the roof with them and at the end I would put a USB hub true the roofwindow, I would take a usb hup with at LEAST 1 ampere where the normal pc or laptop only gives 0.5 ampere.

If someone thinks this is the wrong way I would be happy to hear what would be the correct configuration,as I have plans to change my cam position to the roof to get a more wide vieuw ,but active usb cable are not an option for me anymore.
I want at about 15 meters to the roof position.

Cheers Chris

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cienega32 on March 02, 2014, 06:22:38 PM
Thanks, Ryan. Still more to do when I get time. Need to stuff the wiring away on that shelf still. The two south views are on an old laptop and I'll expand that if I ever get around to building "Junior 2". It struggles with those two as is and any Logitechs on it just kill the USB power.
Try a powered USB Port...?? I run my three main cams through one powered multi-port without issues on Active extender cables.

Running with that. I only have two Olys on that laptop and only the furthest is on a powered hub as that config gave me the best results. Only drops now and then without any Logitechs hooked up. It's an old HP DV1000 laptop with a Centrino M765 CPU from 2005 so I don't expect too much from it. The nicety of it is the power savings vs the Dell GX620 it replaced.

Still better than the old (EBay) Dell GX620s I was using - the Olys wouldn't even be found thru any hub or active extenders with those (Unknown Device) under VM95. Without any Olys, I can run the Logitechs fine but that would defeat the purpose as the Olys give me great resolution of the Organ Mountains.

The cheapie 6-core AMD I built for the north views, replacing a GX620, runs anything I throw at it without a problem so, time for another I guess if I want to expand the south views which I do. The HP laptop I can relegate (with a cam or two) to the "shed" out back when I get power run to it this summer (hopefully).
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Breezy on March 05, 2014, 02:43:22 PM
Here's mine ...  http://indiantrailweather.com/mywebcam.jpg

AirLink - SkyIPCam250W. Using WD to upload and overlays. Mounted inside.

Jeff
Title: http://www.feelgoodranchweather.com/images/live.jpg
Post by: Feelgood Ranch on March 05, 2014, 06:24:28 PM
Maybe this is OK. 
Ken
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: W3DRM on March 10, 2014, 06:48:24 PM
Well, after much procrastination (I'm an expert in that field  :lol:), I have placed an order on Amazon for a new Logitech C920 along with a -2 diopter viewfinder lens. This camera will replace my ailing Logitech Quickcam Fusion I am currently using and on which the -2 diopter lens adapter does not work. I see delivery is set for around mid-April. Not sure why it is going to take so long but that is the shipping estimate. That will give me some time to get things ready for it.

While I was at it, I also ordered an enclosure for my Blitzortung controller board and some other misc parts to finish that project.

Will post again once I get the new camera installed.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on March 10, 2014, 07:28:24 PM
Well, after much procrastination (I'm an expert in that field  :lol:), I have placed an order on Amazon for a new Logitech C920 along with a -2 diopter viewfinder lens. This camera will replace my ailing Logitech Quickcam Fusion I am currently using and on which the -2 diopter lens adapter does not work. I see delivery is set for around mid-April. Not sure why it is going to take so long but that is the shipping estimate. That will give me some time to get things ready for it.

While I was at it, I also ordered an enclosure for my Blitzortung controller board and some other misc parts to finish that project.

Will post again once I get the new camera installed.
Ok, let's get that booger up and running... need another addition to Hubblecam page. You know, something Dry, to counteract all Chris' Capeweather, and George's Smith Mountain Lake cams...

I believe, after I snagged a few spares, that Adorama Camera will have a handful of the Nikon EVF -2 $10 diopters left... 
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00009R8TE/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item 
mount in a jiffy with about 15" of 24ga (?) wire as a harness...
http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=19044.msg185996#msg185996
Mike
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: W3DRM on March 24, 2014, 11:54:37 PM
Received my new Logitech C920 this afternoon. Will try to get it installed in the next couple of days between other pressing things to do. I want to play with it a bit to see if the -2 diopter viewfinder lens has any noticeable effect on the images before I put it up on-line. Will capture some before and after photos as I go along.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: tnwxman on April 08, 2014, 08:13:26 PM
Hi,

I am using a Foscam FI8905W which is located outside and pointed to the west. I am using the SebecTec IPTimelapse software. The image updates every minute (24/7) and the weather conditions are from my weather station information on Weather Underground.
(http://lebanontnwx.org/jpgwebcam.jpg)

Bob
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Shep1478 on May 10, 2014, 01:05:30 AM
Here's one of my three cameras:  http://www.dahlonegaweather.com/olympusCam1.JPG

We're located in Dahlonega, Georgia which is about 70 miles due north of downtown Atlanta, Ga.

I'm using Sebectec software along with the Olympus SP-500 Camera in a homemade outdoor housing.

Thanks!

Jim
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: DaculaWeather on May 10, 2014, 06:56:04 AM
ok...
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: DaculaWeather on May 10, 2014, 06:59:57 AM
Full size
(http://daculaweather.from-ga.com:8150/live/0/jpeg.jpg?1399719423665)
(http://daculaweather.from-ga.com/snapshot.jpg)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on May 10, 2014, 07:56:27 AM
Here's my latest -
(http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/still/cam_h1.jpg?) (http://ourspecial.net/twinhollies/weathercenter/cams/cam_h1.html)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Jumpin Joe on May 10, 2014, 08:44:10 AM
Full size
(http://daculaweather.from-ga.com:8150/live/0/jpeg.jpg?1399719423665)
(http://daculaweather.from-ga.com/snapshot.jpg)

Steve, are those stills from your 3805?

Joe
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: DaculaWeather on May 10, 2014, 10:18:33 AM
The top one is. The bottom one is my older 2605.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Jumpin Joe on May 10, 2014, 10:58:29 AM
The top one is. The bottom one is my older 2605.

Clarity is awesome. Still waiting for the beta test. The last update I have from them is that they will start the beta program this month.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: tnwxman on May 10, 2014, 02:09:22 PM
Hi,

Like the clarity also. Is it possible to Hubble Cam fix a Foscam FI8905W. If so, what are the recommendations?

Thanks.

Bob
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: DaculaWeather on May 10, 2014, 03:35:47 PM
Thanks. Actually, the full size is here:
http://www.daculaweather.com/4_camera2_static.php
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Intheswamp on May 10, 2014, 07:24:47 PM
Is it possible to Hubble Cam fix a Foscam FI8905W. If so, what are the recommendations?
You could try it but I believe the Foscam is already focused for distant subjects.  The idea of the Hubble mod is to take a near-sighted webcam, a camera that normally has a focus range of only a few feet in front of it, and modify it so that it's focus point is much farther away, maybe infinity.

Here is the first post of the Hubble Fix thread that explains it:  http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=19044.0

So, you could try it, but I'm not sure that your results will be worth it.  It could possibly make the image quality worse.  The good thing is that it is not a permanent fix (unless you want it to be). :)  Does your present setup seem out of focus?

Ed
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on May 10, 2014, 07:57:32 PM
FYI... noted on Amazon today... Loggie C910 Pros $119... I think they're consumer packaging... that's the 5MP version, hopefully, not B910. Last batch I got ahold of (4 was all they had) were brown box cam only 'oem' kit extras.... think I paid $80 ea.  Be a good time, since they're out of production, if you want a great USB cam that a lot of us use with a -2 diopter lens.
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on May 10, 2014, 08:07:06 PM
Checked your cam's specs, as Ed says, I don't think it would be worth the effort. Folks haven't had much luck with wireless and some other IP cams... just doesn't improve things to the extent they do with those designed for 'near' webcamming.  Wait around, somebody will post it if they've done it. We do have a Logitech 'Alert' POE on the HubbleCam page, however, but I'm not sure of the specs on that device. Looks good, though!
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: iisfaq on June 05, 2014, 04:08:04 AM
Cashmere Weather Live - Christchurch, New Zealand.

Updated once per minute, 24 hours per day.

Canon G9 - Using chdk (http://chdk.wikia.com/) to capture 1 photo per minute. Photo is transferred with Eye-FI SD Card (http://www.eyefi.com/) to computer. Custom software then processes the image adds the weather data and uploads to a server in Singapore in Azure.

(http://webcam.crowe.co.nz/images/webcam/current.jpg)

chris
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: tosealer on June 06, 2014, 09:55:27 AM
Thought I'd add one of my weather cams.  It's a Vivotek FE8171V 360 degree fisheye.  Mounted on the roof of my house (I'm located in Toronto), it gives a decent 360 image.  I use BlueIris to grab the image, add the overlay, and Imagemagick to generate a panoramic view from the 360 degree image.

(http://www.sealweather.ca/webcams/FishEyecam.jpg)
 
(http://www.sealweather.ca/webcams/Panorama.jpg)

My other webcam images (one Hikvision, one Raspberry Pi Cam, and three different Chinese IP cameras) can be found here (http://www.sealweather.ca/wxlocal4.html)
Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: cmcgill on August 01, 2014, 10:15:44 PM
(http://www.westfordweather.net/cam/webcam.jpg) (http://www.westfordweather.net/cam.php)
SP-500UZ using Sebectec (http://www.sebectec.com) software.

Title: Re: POST your currently updating webcam image here!
Post by: gluepack on August 02, 2014, 05:09:19 PM
I have been using a cheap IP camera, a REPOTEC RP-WV330, for over 30 months now and submitting solely to Weather Underground, although the image is picked up from there and displayed on five other webcam sites, as well as my own weather oriented site.
(http://jerbils.info/myPictures/webcam.jpg)

The image isn't nearly as good as I have seen from other cameras on this thread.  It is actually designed for internal use (not even supposed to use it for pointing outside) but so far, touch wood, I have had no problems and it has been working continuously throughout that period.

(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/g/l/Gluepack/1/current.jpg?refresh=28)

It is not intended as a night camera and, as it is close up to the window, at night all you will see is the reflection of the device's indicators on the window.
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Post by: SlowModem on August 02, 2014, 08:21:28 PM

(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/g/l/Gluepack/1/current.jpg?refresh=28)

It is not intended as a night camera and, as it is close up to the window, at night all you will see is the reflection of the device's indicators on the window.

That reminds me of the Carbonite Maneuver:

(http://i585.photobucket.com/albums/ss298/Slowmodem_photo/thecorbomitemaneuverhd028.jpg)
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Post by: gluepack on August 03, 2014, 04:53:13 AM
Lol, your post only "works" when it is night time here ;)
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Post by: SlowModem on August 03, 2014, 12:10:18 PM
Lol, your post only "works" when it is night time here ;)

You're right.  I thought he only posted a picture.  I guess it's a updating image.  I'll fix that tonight.
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Post by: morfeas2002 on August 27, 2014, 05:17:21 AM
This is my 4 camera current images from Kalamata, Greece. Today is a sunny, hot day.

(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3836/15048449401_6518140f5c_c.jpg)

(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3841/14864841160_70c82fa3c6_c.jpg)

(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3851/14864841320_86c5c8ac21_c.jpg)

(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3892/15051151032_98d5de8bb5_c.jpg)
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Post by: josecmorales on September 04, 2014, 04:37:45 PM
I bought a Foscam FI9804W, really works good

(http://content.meteobridge.com/cam/489a448041b9566971f767fee80fa351/camplus.jpg)

I use weatherbridge to upload the image.
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Post by: DaculaWeather on December 01, 2014, 08:56:36 AM
My new HDNC 6301 Sharx camera. 2048x1536 resolution

(http://www.daculaweather.com/images/camera_6301/6301.jpg)
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Post by: Jumpin Joe on December 01, 2014, 09:22:16 AM
My new HDNC 6301 Sharx camera. 2048x1536 resolution

(http://www.daculaweather.com/images/camera_6301/6301.jpg)

Steve,

Awesome picture from an awesome camera. I really like mine.

I'm still working on getting the right software to stream mine with.

Joe

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Post by: DaculaWeather on December 29, 2014, 08:37:02 AM
I wish I had brought the 5501 down with me. The electricians didn't get around to getting them installed before we left for my parents.
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Post by: KK7X on December 29, 2014, 11:45:04 AM
Using a Foscam 9805 mounted outside under the eave.  BlueIris Software uploading to the website and Weather Underground

(http://rathdrumweather.us/image.jpg.jpg)
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Post by: KK7X on December 29, 2014, 11:46:09 AM
This is a Logitech Alert that I have had for about 7 years.

(http://rathdrumweather.us/image.jpg)
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Post by: stormchasertom on February 15, 2015, 04:01:04 PM
Using 2 Olympus C4000z camera's (outside Mount). For enclosures, I have a cheap $5 home depot plastic bathroom trashbin which is turned upside down. (http://t9.wal.co/i/mp/00/08/68/76/11/0008687611715_P255045_180X180.jpg-99e4cdc741f5d90659258febaadaded9af31a29f-optim-180x180.jpg) I cut a small hole in side to fit lens through. The other camera is mounted under the eave and is generally in a rain shadow as storm wind direction is almost always from the opposite side of house. The Olympus C4000z has proved to be incredibly reliable and resistant to weather conditions (hot, cold, wet, windy). I have  replaced a few over the last 5 years which I consider amazing considering the beating these things take. I order used inexpensive spares (under $30) when I can from Amazon sellers or eBay so I can hot swap them out as they fail.

Using VM95 for camera control and Movie Salsa (now Free) for time lapse. Also use Fling FTP to auto transfer time lapse videos as they are created. Images are taken every 5 min during day and 15 min at night.

For time lapse and full webcam page click link.

http://hcrweather.com/cam/index.htm (http://hcrweather.com/cam/index.htm)

(http://hcrweather.com/cam/webcam4.jpg)

(http://hcrweather.com/cam/webcam3.jpg)


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Post by: GregJ on March 21, 2015, 01:49:09 PM
I recently added a 3rd cam and today I put together an organized page for all of them.  Here is a map showing the scope of my view:
(http://www.skunkbayweather.com/ScopeOfView.jpg)

Here is the link to my new webcam page:  http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SkunkBayWebcam.html (http://www.skunkbayweather.com/SkunkBayWebcam.html)

Thought I'd Share,
Greg
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Post by: cospringswx on March 21, 2015, 02:48:06 PM
Looks great Greg.
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Post by: robereno on April 15, 2015, 10:38:49 PM
First full day for my AmbientCamHD. Still getting used to the software and posting on WeatherUnderground. So far, so good. From dawn to dusk.

(http://www.creekbed.org/cuyacam_000.jpg)

http://creekbed.org/weather/wx.htm (http://creekbed.org/weather/wx.htm)
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 19, 2015, 07:14:46 PM
Good looking image, robereno!!!

Ed
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Post by: robereno on April 19, 2015, 07:37:45 PM
Good looking image, robereno!!!

Ed

Not much action though.  :-)

Thanks
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 24, 2015, 09:17:00 AM
It's a weather-cam...weather happens slowly *most* of the time. ;)  It's doing it's job!!!

Good looking image, robereno!!!

Ed

Not much action though.  :-)

Thanks
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Post by: robereno on July 22, 2015, 01:15:37 PM
Itís been about 3 months and the Ambient Cam (Foscam) is still running smoothly. Considering how many people seem to hate Foscams Iím surprised but no problems so far. Keeping my fingers crossed.  I even added 3 more Foscam 1905pís which you can see here: http://creekbed.org/bandh/webcams.htm (http://creekbed.org/bandh/webcams.htm)

(http://www.creekbed.org/adobecam_000.jpg)

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Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on August 16, 2015, 07:06:00 PM
Updated my cams at http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=21637.msg207799#msg207799
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Post by: LFWX on August 30, 2015, 05:00:54 PM
Camera: Logitech 9000 (mounted on roof in weather proof housing)
Software: Imagesalsa Weather Edition V 1.0.14

Image updated every 2 minutes, view is to the northwest.
Weather data from Virtual Weather Station (Feels Like Temp is 5 minute average, Wind Gust is 5 minute max, all other data are current readings).
   I was able to display the 5 minute average Feels Like Temp by pulling in an image created by Virtual Weather Station. (vws2994.jpg)

(http://www.lfweathercenter.com/fixed.jpg?)
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Post by: W3DRM on August 31, 2015, 11:03:46 PM
Was looking through the webcam images this evening and noticed the following one on Cutty's Southwest Live Streaming image. Not sure what I am seeing on that image but perhaps Cutty is launching rockets???



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Post by: Intheswamp on August 31, 2015, 11:41:45 PM
I think Scotty beamed him up!!!!!!  ;)
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Post by: Cutty Sark Sailor on September 01, 2015, 03:52:30 AM
Was looking through the webcam images this evening and noticed the following one on Cutty's Southwest Live Streaming image. Not sure what I am seeing on that image but perhaps Cutty is launching rockets???




Itsy Bitsy Spider...

once in awhile it builds one at night that looks like Enterprise going Warp 8.... #-o
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Post by: chrisgrainger on October 15, 2015, 02:06:13 PM
My station has been online for just over a year.  I recently added a view from one of my security cameras to the site.  The camera is a Foscam FI9004W and I'm currently using BlueIris to upload.  I post every 10 minutes and don't currently have any weather related overlay.  Working on it though. 


(http://www.rideauwx.info/webcam/RideauWxDeck_000.jpg)

Cheers!

Chris
(http://)
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Post by: PaulMy on October 18, 2015, 10:00:57 AM
My recent addition Hikvision www.komokaweather.com/pictures/hv/cam_1.jpg (http://www.komokaweather.com/pictures/hv/cam_1.jpg)
(http://www.komokaweather.com/pictures/hv/cam_1.jpg)
 
 
and my 2010 Logitech www.komokaweather.com/weather/wu/image_wu.jpg (http://www.komokaweather.com/weather/wu/image_wu.jpg)
 
(http://www.komokaweather.com/weather/wu/image_wu.jpg)
 
Paul
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Post by: JŠchym on October 18, 2015, 10:24:34 AM
very nice Paul, just a little thing off topic -

when I go to you komokaweather.ca site (any except for homepage), I see this at the top:

Code: [Select]
​Warning: file(../weather/realtime.txt): failed to open stream: Stale file handle in /home/content/96/5379896/html/komokaweather-ca/realtimetags.php on line 47

Warning: implode(): Invalid arguments passed in /home/content/96/5379896/html/komokaweather-ca/realtimetags.php on line 47
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Post by: thisjustin on October 19, 2015, 04:18:59 PM
My backyard cam, using a HikVision IP camera...connected to the house via a buried cat 6 cable.  http://billwilson.us/wpwx/?p=130 (http://billwilson.us/wpwx/?p=130)

(http://billwilson.us/webcam.jpg)
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Post by: CNYWeather on October 19, 2015, 05:10:17 PM
Great picture. So glad I got a Hikivision too.
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Post by: ac2ev on October 19, 2015, 06:19:05 PM
Samsung SCB-2000 fed into an Avermedia TV Tuner capture card (Express Card Slot). Looks like I might have to adjust the focus a bit. Software is YawCam which seems to be a bit finicky. It's the easiest that I've found to overlay the weather data though. Camera is pole mounted on roof inside a cheap enclosure (heated and fans) found on amazon.

What I like about this camera is it's amazing night quality. I get really nice color night time shots and you can still see the stars.
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Post by: JaredC15 on November 10, 2015, 08:31:50 PM
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/j/a/Jaroo45/1/current.jpg?1447205448)
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/j/a/Jaroo45/2/current.jpg?1447205448)
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/j/a/Jaroo45/8/current.jpg?1447205448)
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/j/a/Jaroo45/11/current.jpg?1447205448)
(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/j/a/Jaroo45/7/current.jpg?1447205448)

15 Miles North of Jacksboro, Texas.
Camera: Reolink RLC-410 All 5
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Post by: SimonB on November 11, 2015, 02:24:04 AM
This is mine, based in Cape Town, South Africa

Camera faces SW, towards Table Mountain, 20km away

(http://www.meteo.capetown/custom/weathercam/imgs/CurrentWeatherImage.jpg)

Camera is a Hikvision 2032 POE IP camera.  Images are captured by IPTimelapse software which feeds my website's latest images, as well as builds timelapses for me
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Post by: swohiowx on December 09, 2015, 09:13:18 PM
Pi 2 / Logitech C615  (fswebcam)
Inside window sill

(http://willitrain.com/cam/cam1-image.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on December 14, 2015, 08:13:22 AM
I haven't been in this thread for a while...looks like some good installations/implementations of weather cameras!!!  Good job everybody!!!
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Post by: ValentineWeather on December 14, 2015, 09:46:19 AM
Thanks for reminder I had to update my image links.
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Post by: mkutche on December 14, 2015, 10:37:48 AM
D-Link 930L facing NE mounted on my window seal (http://gosportwx.com/imgs/cam_1.jpg)
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Post by: cospringswx on December 15, 2015, 10:25:54 PM
Your gonna love the Hikvision John. Is that a theater room?
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Post by: Jumpin Joe on December 16, 2015, 07:24:20 AM
Your gonna love the Hikvision John. Is that a theater room?

What did you say Ryan... I can't hear you the speakers are drowning you out!  :lol: :lol: :lol:

Glad to see you finally got it setup John.

Joe
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Post by: sacreyweather on December 16, 2015, 08:04:01 AM
Hi Ryan,

Yes, it is a combination theater room/man cave, computer room, etc.  There are 3 computers in this room. The one directly behind me is the weather computer. All 3 computers were built by yours truly. I am currently using the oldest of the 3 (7 years old - AMD Dual core CPU). The theater equipment consists of a Denon THX 700 watt A/V Receiver, and a Panasonic 1080p DVD player. Both are circa 1997-1998. Not shown, there is a projector (Runco?) behind the camera hanging from the ceiling. The speakers are the Klipsch THX Ultra 2 certified Home Theater system. The screen is a real theater screen.  All were courtesy of my late uncle. He worked for Malco Theaters in Memphis, TN from 1964-2010. Mike ordered the screen when he was setting up a new theater and added the custom screen to the order. He received the entire system as a thank you from Mr. Paul Klipsch for helping design the currently used tri-trax THX speaker system used in theaters all over the world.

Hi Joe,

Yes, it can very easily move the house. I have not tried it at reference level. About -12 on the volume knob is as high as I have gone on the volume knob.  I will you all apprised of the installation. My intent is to upload a static pic about every minute and have a 24 hour movie uploaded everyday. We'll see.

John
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Post by: cospringswx on December 16, 2015, 02:58:21 PM
Very cool John. I got a man cave/theater room in my basement as well. I got all Yamaha in my theater. Receiver, speakers , etc...
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Post by: kc2kzz on April 10, 2016, 10:06:53 AM
Shot from my Foscam FI9804P camera.

My webpage gets updated every minute and I overlay the weather conditions by pulling data out of the clientraw.txt file from weather display and use ImageMagick to place the text on the image.

(http://www.warrenskywarn.org/shot2_000.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 10, 2016, 10:18:00 AM
Nice image, kc2kzz.  Rich and vibrant colors.  Moving the camera to shoot up about the height of your text would still give a good image but add a little more sky...not necessary but thought I'd mentioned it.  Of course if it's more of a security camera that doubles as a weathercam then you're good to go.  Either way, nice setup!!!!  ;)
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Post by: ValentineWeather on April 10, 2016, 10:22:34 AM
Yes nice and green. Lots of dead camera links here. Mine might be too.  :-)
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Post by: tosealer on April 10, 2016, 11:22:37 AM
... Lots of dead camera links here.  ....
Thanks for the reminder!  Did a bit of restructuring of my websites, so needed to edit my original post (#88) from a few years ago.
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Post by: hankster on April 12, 2016, 04:57:10 PM
Using an old Samsung cell phone and using the IP Webcam app, pointed out my south facing window.

(http://nfmweather.com/weather/jpgwebcam.jpg)
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Post by: ValentineWeather on April 12, 2016, 05:30:59 PM
I see some images not updating, like thread title suggest. For anyone wondering or not sure how, this works for me.  Example: Size can be different depends on image itself, URL, image name all different.
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Post by: morfeas2002 on April 19, 2016, 09:32:50 AM
East view from kalamata, Greece

(http://kalamata.meteoclub.gr/webcam/kalathi.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 19, 2016, 04:13:14 PM
The exposure on that skyline is dead-on!!!!  Nice shot...I'm looking at it at 3:15PM CST (Alabama time) and it's nighttime there but the skyline is definitely visible! :)
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Post by: MinnesotaWXchsr on April 20, 2016, 10:43:51 PM
Amcrest 1080p PoE IP camera. Indoor, but can be indoor or outdoor. Cam has Native POE so do not need a PoE splitter, but DID need an injector.  Worked with the 48V power or with the splitter on it. Using Blue Iris Software to Wunderground. Paid 79.99 for it at Microcenter.

(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/m/i/michaelstanga/1/current.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 21, 2016, 08:21:19 AM
Good sky shot.  It takes in a good part of the neighborhood but it's easy to tell that it's concentrating on the weather/sky.  Are you saving individual images or overwriting old images?
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Post by: MinnesotaWXchsr on April 21, 2016, 08:33:04 AM
No local saving is occurring. All via Amcrest cloud (4 hours) and wunderground (does 1 loop every 24 from what I can tell). That's good enough for me.
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 21, 2016, 08:43:21 AM
Was just wondering.  Some people may object to having the camera pointing towards the playground equipment but having archived images for security purposes might be something that calms that issue (is there even is an issue).  Of course, saving images might contribute to the issue (again, if there even is an issue).  A local business had it's front door kicked in one night and some items stolen.  My camera captured a still image every 25-30 seconds...we were able to determine that a person seen about the time of the break-in on my camera was seen on another (security) camera walking through a nearby alleyway.  That pretty much confirmed the perp's description.  I never did hear if they caught the guy.  Just thinking... :)
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Post by: Intheswamp on April 21, 2016, 08:44:51 AM
Btw, Minnesota, have you got your station online?
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Post by: MinnesotaWXchsr on April 21, 2016, 08:45:36 AM
KMNOTSEG3 or CW5776
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Post by: weathernick on April 21, 2016, 05:48:07 PM
Webcam number 3 up and running. About to install webcam 4 here in a few weeks. I will have one pointing in each of the major cardinal directions(N, S, E, W).  This one points WNW. These cameras are home built using a raspberry pi and it's camera module.  I also have their movie loops sent over to Youtube each night. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2X3uvFF1hiKrTccpNh_2VQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2X3uvFF1hiKrTccpNh_2VQ)
(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam2_current_medium.jpg)
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Post by: morfeas2002 on April 22, 2016, 07:36:36 AM
Second weathercam in kalamata, Greece with panoramic view of the city and Messenian Gulf.

(http://kalamata.meteoclub.gr/webcam/taygeti000M.jpg)
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Post by: morfeas2002 on May 01, 2016, 03:00:48 AM
Third cam with view of port entrance and beach.

(http://weather-messinia.gr/cams/paralia2000M.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on May 01, 2016, 07:31:14 AM
Hey, I like these water shots!!!  Looks for some interesting weather images!!!  ;)

Ed
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Post by: diego on May 18, 2016, 03:26:45 AM
my HIKV in Oviedo ,Spain .

(http://oviedowebcam.es/IPCAMERA/01/webcam1.jpg)


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Post by: Intheswamp on May 19, 2016, 07:22:25 AM
Webcam number 3 up and running. About to install webcam 4 here in a few weeks. I will have one pointing in each of the major cardinal directions(N, W, E, W).  This one points WNW. These cameras are home built using a raspberry pi and it's camera module.  I also have their movie loops sent over to Youtube each night. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2X3uvFF1hiKrTccpNh_2VQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2X3uvFF1hiKrTccpNh_2VQ)
(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam2_current_medium.jpg)
I just looked at your image this morning and...are those stars that I'm seeing or camera noise?  Looks like stars to me this early morning...showing 4:18 your local time.  Nice horizon and sky!
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Post by: Intheswamp on May 19, 2016, 07:24:04 AM
Looking good, diego!!!  Looks like ya'll have got some early afternoon weather moving in!
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Post by: weathernick on May 19, 2016, 06:36:33 PM
I just looked at your image this morning and...are those stars that I'm seeing or camera noise?  Looks like stars to me this early morning...showing 4:18 your local time.  Nice horizon and sky!

Indeed they are. Since my camera's are custom built I have two modes on them. Day and Night. Day mode is automatic camera settings, but night is long shutter times(3 second)! I have been able to see lightning with these and of course star movement. All my cameras also upload to youtube which makes for a boring channel most of the time. Last year I caught this storm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UihB9iQt5o4&list=PLu7dJllMb-gEYc73E8QKGyDGZZiXwhBYc&index=4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UihB9iQt5o4&list=PLu7dJllMb-gEYc73E8QKGyDGZZiXwhBYc&index=4)

I would like to think I can stop with this hobby anytime but I just got a Raspberry Pi Zero with the new 8MP camera coming in the mail to upgrade my north facing camera so I guess I can't stop.. :)

Enjoy,

Nickolas
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Post by: Intheswamp on May 20, 2016, 08:09:20 AM
Wow! Sounds like nice cameras!  Night time 3-sec shutter speeds...great!!!

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Post by: morfeas2002 on June 13, 2016, 08:37:19 AM
West view from kalamata, Greece

(http://kalamata.meteoclub.gr/webcam/kalamata.jpg)
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Post by: PRAT on June 14, 2016, 03:14:41 AM
https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KAKANCHO211#history

 [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]

Wow, I need a new camera.   :oops:
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Post by: PaulMy on June 14, 2016, 09:28:05 AM
Hi morfeas,
when I first glanced at it it looked like war torn damage view, until I got my glasses focused and cleaned and then saw the beauty of the sky and buildings.


PRAT,
the darkness from the sun's glare has certainly obstructed an otherwise beautiful view.

Very nice.
Paul

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Post by: PRAT on June 17, 2016, 11:00:05 PM
Here's a better one  :grin:
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Post by: PaulMy on June 17, 2016, 11:26:08 PM
I was waiting for a moose or something to come out of the woods :lol:

Paul
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Post by: satxwx on June 18, 2016, 10:27:03 PM

Indeed they are. Since my camera's are custom built I have two modes on them. Day and Night. Day mode is automatic camera settings, but night is long shutter times(3 second)! I have been able to see lightning with these and of course star movement. All my cameras also upload to youtube which makes for a boring channel most of the time. Last year I caught this storm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UihB9iQt5o4&list=PLu7dJllMb-gEYc73E8QKGyDGZZiXwhBYc&index=4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UihB9iQt5o4&list=PLu7dJllMb-gEYc73E8QKGyDGZZiXwhBYc&index=4)

I would like to think I can stop with this hobby anytime but I just got a Raspberry Pi Zero with the new 8MP camera coming in the mail to upgrade my north facing camera so I guess I can't stop.. :)

Enjoy,

Nickolas

Ok, that is awesome.  I'm a total noob and just put my camera up yesterday.  How the heck can I do the same thing?  Would love to know!!
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Post by: mighty3507 on June 18, 2016, 11:23:24 PM
View of sunset in Chino Hills, CA   99F today. Forecast: 106F Sunday and 107F Monday.

(http://i.imgur.com/sm0loRi.jpg)
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Post by: weathernick on June 19, 2016, 04:34:25 PM
Raspberry pi zero with 8MP camera is now up and running. This makes my 4th raspberry pi camera setup. These new cameras need a few adjustments but the larger FOV and better sensitivity with low light makes it worth it. This one points Northeast of Yuma.

(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam4_current_medium.jpg)
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Post by: morfeas2002 on June 25, 2016, 07:22:45 AM
New, fresh webcam, the second in Kalamata Beach, with view of the beach and Messinian Gulf

(http://weather-messinia.gr/cams/paralia2.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on July 03, 2016, 10:10:06 AM
Ah, water and mountain on a clear day...very nice!!!
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Post by: weathernick on July 14, 2016, 04:20:27 PM
Looks like I am ready for the North American Monsoon here in the desert southwest. I have finished my 4th web cam. All my cameras are raspberry pi with the camera module. Three are outside (East, Northeast, and Northwest) and one inside (south) pointing outside. The cameras are taking an image every 6 seconds during the day and every 15 seconds during the night. Night shots are exposed at 3.1 seconds for all the cameras except the Northeast, it is at 3.5 seconds. I transfer all the images to my server and then create youtube videos twice a day (9am for night videos, 9pm for day videos). All images are overlaid with weather data from my own custom built weather stations (that is another thread).

For now I am happy with this setup. I have thought about a 360į or at least a vertical cam. This way I can detect precip events (rain on windshield situation).

Here are the four cameras:
(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam2_current_medium.jpg)(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam4_current_medium.jpg)
(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam_current_medium.jpg)(http://mccolls.weewx.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/wxcam3_current_medium.jpg)
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Post by: Daali on July 14, 2016, 04:33:12 PM
These are awesome!

What cams are you using where you can set the exposure to 3.5 at night?  I really want a better night sky cam
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Post by: Feelgood Ranch on July 14, 2016, 05:03:15 PM
http://feelgoodranchweather.com/camera.html
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Post by: weathernick on July 17, 2016, 10:35:11 AM
These are awesome!

What cams are you using where you can set the exposure to 3.5 at night?  I really want a better night sky cam

For that one I am using the Raspberry pi zero with the 8mp camera module. Hard to get right now but hopefully supplies will improve.

Nickolas
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Post by: Daali on July 25, 2016, 08:31:32 AM
Nickolas,

If you do not mind me asking, what software are you using on your PiZero to take long exposure cam shots??
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Post by: weathernick on July 25, 2016, 12:22:26 PM
Nickolas,

If you do not mind me asking, what software are you using on your PiZero to take long exposure cam shots??

I use picamera and python. Code is below if you care to take a whack at it. I have enhanced the code to now give images every 6 seconds with an exposure of 5.9seconds. You can see my first test here at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL5eRo7TSsM

This code should work.. but I did gut it a little so some settings might need changed. But this is the bulk of it. camera.capture_continuous with burst mode set to true is how I get long exposures to happen ultra fast.
Code: [Select]
#!/usr/bin/env python
#
# Python weather camera using raspberry pi with camera module
# Copyright (c) Nickolas McColl 2016
import picamera
import time
from datetime import datetime, date, timedelta
from fractions import Fraction
import ephem
import os
import math
import sys

# Configuration
lat = "32.643356"
long = "-114.523051"  # Yuma, Az
dayfpm = 10
nightfpm = 10




def sun():
    global lat, long
    yuma = ephem.Observer()
    yuma.pressure = 0 # assume no refraction
    yuma.horizon = '-8' # Twillight
    yuma.lat, yuma.lon = lat, long       
    yuma.date = datetime.utcnow()
    sunset = yuma.next_setting(ephem.Sun(), use_center=True)
    sunrise = yuma.next_rising(ephem.Sun(), use_center=True)
    sun = "day"
    if sunset > sunrise:
        sun = "night"

    return sun

def nextpictime(mode, filename):
    nowsecond = float(datetime.now().strftime('%S.%f'))
    if mode == "night":
        nextsecond = math.ceil((nowsecond / (60 / nightfpm))) * (60 / nightfpm)
    else:
        nextsecond = math.ceil((nowsecond / (60 / dayfpm))) * (60 / dayfpm)
    if nextsecond == 60:
        shutil.copyfile(filename, webimage)
 
    pause = nextsecond - nowsecond
    return pause


camera = picamera.PiCamera()
camera.start_preview()
camera.CAPTURE_TIMEOUT = 60  # Seconds
time.sleep(10)

if sun() == "night":
    # Nighttime shot sequence
    # Crossing over from day
    camera.exposure_mode = 'off'
    camera.awb_mode = 'auto'
    camera.framerate = Fraction(1, 6)
    camera.shutter_speed = 5900000
    camera.iso = 800
               
    #take night picture
    for i, filename in enumerate(camera.capture_continuous('{timestamp:%H%M%S}.jpg', resize=(1440,1080), burst=True, quality=20)):
        sleep = nextpictime("night",filename)
        time.sleep(sleep)
        camera.annotate_text = (datetime.now() - timedelta(seconds=6)).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S') + '\n'         
        if sun() == "day":
            # switch to day mode by ending this loop
            break               
           
else:
# Daytime shot sequence
     
# take day picture       
    for i, filename in enumerate(camera.capture_continuous('{timestamp:%H%M%S}.jpg', resize=(1440,1080), quality=20)):
        sleep = nextpictime("day", filename)
        time.sleep(sleep)
        camera.annotate_text = (datetime.now() - timedelta(seconds=6)).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S') + '\n'
        if sun() == "night":
            # switch to night mode by ending this loop
            break

I have that code setup as a service that restarts if it quits. (In this case it would quit went we transition at sunset/sunrise and restart with the correct exposure)

Enjoy,

Nickolas
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Post by: diego on August 07, 2016, 05:26:01 PM
Another ip camera HD ....in the "Cordillera CantŠbrica" north of Spain.
(http://www.meteoporma.es/ipcamera/webcam/webcamdatos.jpg)
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Post by: Supercell on September 17, 2016, 08:36:05 AM
Loughlinstown, Dublin, Ireland, sorry , not as scenic as some!

(http://www.loughlinstown.com/images/webcam.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on September 17, 2016, 11:05:04 AM
Looks great to me, Supercell!!!!  Those folks around you oughta be logging in to the station...it's *their* weather, too!!!  Would be a nice community service for them! :)

Ed
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Post by: morfeas2002 on October 20, 2016, 06:53:49 AM
New, fresh webcam, in our weather network, with view of Kalamata, the beach and Messinian Gulf.

(http://kalamata.meteoclub.gr/webcam/profitisilias.jpg)
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Post by: gardengrub on November 03, 2016, 02:26:47 PM
I've been having good success with my Ubiquity Aircam mounted outdoors under the eve peak. Setting the fixed focus was a little tricky but manageable.  I recently figured out how to get NTP to work correctly in the camera so that I don't have to manually set the date and time after a power loss.  Upload and data overlay are handled by Meteobridge.  The camera is facing southwest.

(http://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/g/a/gardengrub/1/current.jpg)
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Post by: saberonyx on November 21, 2016, 08:19:09 AM
(http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20161121/549638b6afb4d3569bce49cea8a9877b.gif)
This is my first post of a gif from my bloomsky station in NY.

Sent from my SM-G935P using Tapatalk

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Post by: lectrichead on December 02, 2016, 03:53:51 PM
New member here, outside of Watertown, NY (right near the Canadian border).

I have a slightly different set-up than most of you I think - I use a pair of pretty old computers that I had laying around gathering dust, running XP and Jawcam (previously used Webcam32) and connecting to the Internet via my WiFi using a pair of old USB WIFI adapters (had to patch Windows XP with the last upgrade they came out with to get WPA2 to work on the old adapters and Windows) on long USB extension cables to get a favorable signal (I live in a 200 year old stone house so I have a number of routers to cover all of the bad spots and 1 1/2 foot thick walls, but it still can be iffy). 

One comp is way out in my disconnected garage (at the top of a hill) looking out toward the road, this is using an older Logitech C120 webcam, in the peak of my garage looking through a hole covered in glass and looking approximately southward.

Down the hill a bit is my house and at the very back of the house, which is also at the bottom of the hill is the lower level of my cellar where the other webcam is, running a cheapo Technet Model C016 webcam looking through a cellar window (I am thinking of mounting this in a weather-proof box in the Summer as the window will have a screen over it) viewing in an approximately northerly direction with good sight of my chickenhouse, and an Amish horse/cow field and Amish house in the distance.

These feed into my website running Wordpress and update at staggered intervals once an hour, twice an hour during weather events.  Both computers can be remotely logged into using VNC for maintenance and changing the update intervals, or to fire off a live shot.

The two opposite directions that the webcams face give a good over-view of the weather.  Plans for the future include maybe adding a weather station or at least a remote temp sensors connected to one of the computers, maybe another webcam/computer, and maybe an on-demand HTTP capture for both webcams.  http://hmienterprises.com/webcam

(http://hmienterprises.com/webcam/webcam.jpg)

(http://hmienterprises.com/webcam/webcam3/webcam.jpg)




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Post by: overlookcircle on December 08, 2016, 12:25:24 PM
I have a live stream of my backyard bird feeders, which doubles as a weather webcam. :)

Weather overlay on the video is coming from my Davis Pro 2 station, and updated every 5 minutes. The camera streams daily to YouTube during daylight hours Central Time.

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Post by: mickopla on January 24, 2017, 05:21:33 PM
Set up my streaming Weather webcam using youtube. Working pretty well so far. Showing a live view from Waterford City, Ireland

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6bP4ek9-1PE1I9Ui936EMA/live
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Post by: Ryan Hothersall on April 19, 2017, 05:03:34 AM
Here is my setup here in Gulfview Heights, South Australia.
Camera faces roughly south west.

http://124.181.150.187:8101/m/ipcam.asp (http://124.181.150.187:8101/m/ipcam.asp)

I have used an Edimax IP camera. Quality is better during the day.

It is a continuous live stream and can be viewed without having to log into the camera.
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Post by: Bashy on April 19, 2017, 05:29:05 AM
Hi folks, heres my webcam, just an old Logitech Pro 9000

(http://www.suffolkweather.info/webcam/jpgwebcam.jpg)
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Post by: bthoven on June 20, 2017, 02:27:33 AM
Here is my webcam. Automatically uploading every 1 minute to wunderground, by using freeware iSpyconnect. My webcam does not have a built-in ftp upload by interval, thus need to use iSpyconnect on my minipc. (Update: now auto upload snapshot to wu by ubuntu command lines on my cheap/small android tv box)

The current image is here: https://icons.wunderground.com/webcamramdisk/w/u/WU_4433842/2/current.jpg

An official my wunderground webcam page: https://www.wunderground.com/webcams/WU_4433842/2/show.html

Camera: Starlight 2Mpx from China. It's an outdoor camera. Waterproof.(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170803/0209bdd112ff8e96625c93bd7df7e8f1.png)
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Post by: Molyvos Weather Station on October 13, 2017, 05:36:24 PM
Hi,

New(ish) member. I'm running WeeWX on a raspberry pi and have a £15 Chinese 720p wired IP cam. I use a cron job every 5 minutes to grab the image, 'convert' to add the text etc and ftp the image to wunderground.


(http://www.weather.molyvos.eu/image.jpg)


All in all, it works pretty well.
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Post by: morfeas2002 on November 12, 2017, 06:29:15 AM
New, fresh webcam, in our weather network, in Kontovounia, Western Taygetos mountain, 1612m

(http://kalamata.meteoclub.gr/webcam/kontovounia.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on November 13, 2017, 07:59:45 AM
Nice scenery there, Morfeas2002.  Wow, almost a mile high!!!!!!   :shock:  Thanks for sharing, looks like jacket weather!!!  :grin:
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Post by: jpk1018 on November 13, 2017, 10:57:46 AM
I have a Stardot NetCamXL 3mp stardot tools to capture outside mount http://dvr1018.alibiddns.com/
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Post by: tripper22 on November 14, 2017, 12:51:01 AM
New(ish) member. I'm running WeeWX on a raspberry pi and have a £15 Chinese 720p wired IP cam. I use a cron job every 5 minutes to grab the image, 'convert' to add the text etc and ftp the image to wunderground.

I saw your post above and I was wondering if you could help me do the same thing with my camera and pi? I'm fairly knowledgeable I just need to know what to do. Thanks.




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Post by: NDSWeather on November 15, 2017, 08:54:02 PM
Sad But Time has come to an end.
See http://help.wunderground.com/knowledgebase/articles/1821811 (http://help.wunderground.com/knowledgebase/articles/1821811)  What a Bummer
Soon my last
Not so nice at Night
(http://weather.mfc-cs.com/fixed.jpg)
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Post by: MonumentHillWeather on November 16, 2017, 10:28:26 AM
Good morning all,
  I have had my webcam up and down for the past year or so now, and with all of the Weather Underground webcam issues over the past couple of months (and now the discontinuing of WU webcams come mid December) I finally decided to figure out a way to post my webcam image directly to my website. I am glad to say I finally got that situated. The current webcam image can be found on my website at http://monumenthillweather.webs.com/. With winter fast approaching, I was glad to get the camera back up and running again. The below picture is a snapshot from my cam this morning.

   - Matt
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Post by: Ryan Hothersall on November 18, 2017, 11:33:29 PM
Here we go again my next attempt at a weather webcam for my station in Gulfview Heights, South Australia.

After the announcement of the demise of wunderground webcam hosting, decided to have a crack at doing it myself.

My current setup is an Intel NUC computer running windows 10 with yawcam and camera used is the Microsoft Lifecam Studio USB webcam.

direct link to webcam. Decided on the static image that updates every 10 seconds.

Camera faces roughly south.
http://101.173.18.160:8888/update.html (http://101.173.18.160:8888/update.html)

Here is it integrated into weather page on my site.
http://ryanhothersall.net/gulfview-heights-weather/ (http://ryanhothersall.net/gulfview-heights-weather/)
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Post by: morfeas2002 on November 21, 2017, 08:30:05 AM
New, fresh webcam, in our weather network, in Nedousa, Taygetos mountain, 712m

(http://weather-messinia.gr/cams/nedousa.jpg)
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Post by: johndball on November 22, 2017, 07:15:14 AM
Mineral, Virginia facing West South-West.
https://www.johndball.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/weatherimage.jpg (https://www.johndball.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/weatherimage.jpg)

(https://www.johndball.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/weatherimage.jpg)
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Post by: Stratocaster on November 24, 2017, 06:22:51 AM
Nassau, Bahamas - west end of the island, looking WNW.

Saltair webcam in Nassau (https://assets1.webcam.io/w/0zgAw9/latest.jpg)



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Post by: weatherforyou on November 26, 2017, 01:57:06 PM
My camera located on a mountain east of Grants Pass, OR.  Axis P1347-E camera.  Using Ubiquiti NanoBridge M2 link to get the images and stream from the mountain to my office in town.

(https://www.grantspassweather.com/images/weathercam/skycam1/preview_640x360.jpg)
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Post by: Intheswamp on January 16, 2018, 07:56:50 PM
New, fresh webcam, in our weather network, in Kontovounia, Western Taygetos mountain, 1612m

(http://kalamata.meteoclub.gr/webcam/kontovounia.jpg)
Hey everybody, this is a nice scene when weather is clear...but man, when the snow hits this place looks really desolate as in "Andes Plane Crash Site" or something on that order!!!!!!!!  Nice shot!!!
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Post by: MikeWest on March 19, 2018, 11:07:17 AM
I use 2 types of cameras, both controlled by Blue Iris. 

This one is a FOSCAM FI9800p
(http://westfamilynj.net/cams/back.jpg)

This one is a FOSCAM R2 in an outdoor enclosure.  It is mainly for time lapse purposes.
(http://westfamilynj.net/cams/back1.jpg)
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Post by: Mark Spencer on May 19, 2018, 11:49:38 AM
Here is the image from my webcam in Brentwood,CA Uploading to weatherunderground KCABRENT27
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Post by: VE7FQN on May 27, 2018, 04:18:50 PM
I was looking for reasonably priced ip camera to get my feet wet. I came across https://www.amazon.ca/Wansview-Wireless-Security-Weatherproof-W3-Black/dp/B06X9L9PB4/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1527451954&sr=8-4&keywords=wansview (https://www.amazon.ca/Wansview-Wireless-Security-Weatherproof-W3-Black/dp/B06X9L9PB4/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1527451954&sr=8-4&keywords=wansview). The camera is easy to setup. The image quality better than I expected. Here are a couple pics at 480 and 720p . These are pics of Mt Benson in Nanaimo BC
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Post by: weathernick on July 28, 2018, 11:01:32 AM
Looks like I am ready for the North American Monsoon here in the desert southwest. I have finished my 4th web cam. All my cameras are raspberry pi with the camera module. Three are outside (East, Northeast, and Northwest) and one inside (south) pointing outside. The cameras are taking an image every 6 seconds during the day and every 15 seconds during the night. Night shots are exposed at 3.1 seconds for all the cameras except the Northeast, it is at 3.5 seconds. I transfer all the images to my server and then create youtube videos twice a day (9am for night videos, 9pm for day videos). All images are overlaid with weather data from my own custom built weather stations (that is another thread).

For now I am happy with this setup. I have thought about a 360į or at least a vertical cam. This way I can detect precip events (rain on windshield situation).


Been two years since these cameras where installed had to improve the programing and how it writes to the SD chip to slow down wearing the sd chip out. I did install a vertical cam that I used to verify trace precipitation days. The night shots are now every 6 seconds with an exposure of 6 seconds.  Now onto Blitzortung. :-D
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Post by: Wingfat on August 04, 2018, 01:55:24 PM
https://admin.meteobridge.com/cam/8c232d137a2b439965fef19be6231aa7/camplus.jpg

Ubiquiti Unifi UVC-G3 - Outdoor - Weatherproof - Color (Day&Night) - 3.6mm Lens - 4 MP - 1920 X 1080
Metrobridge data intergration
Lake Worth, FL 33467
Pointing WSW
(https://admin.meteobridge.com/cam/8c232d137a2b439965fef19be6231aa7/camplus.jpg)
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Post by: Toxic on August 04, 2018, 05:17:23 PM
He's mine from yesterday.

(https://www.conligwx.org/files/Webcam.PNG)
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Post by: Ken Good on August 26, 2018, 07:51:46 PM
(http://www.bullardweather.com/webcam/Cam1.jpg)
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Post by: alanb on August 26, 2018, 09:08:22 PM
@Ken Good ... what a beautiful scene!
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Post by: Ken Good on August 27, 2018, 12:39:47 PM
Thank you for your kind words.  I cannot wait for the first storm to be caught on the webcam.

Ken