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Technical question for staff

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Technical question for staff

Question for Karin or other staff member.....
As a newcomer to the site I don't have a reference to the direction we are looking when the camera is fixed on the watering hole. Does the camera have a direction on it or could you please tell me what direction its looking when it is centered on the watering hole? Also, when the action is slow at the hole, I personally find it much more entertaining to leave the camera on the slow spin cycle it was on earlier. It gives much more to look at. Thanks for the site and thanks for the great work you and the staff do for us.

Dave

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"Super Dave" wrote:
Question for Karin or other staff member..... As a newcomer to the site I don't have a reference to the direction we are looking when the camera is fixed on the watering hole. Does the camera have a direction on it or could you please tell me what direction its looking when it is centered on the watering hole? Also, when the action is slow at the hole, I personally find it much more entertaining to leave the camera on the slow spin cycle it was on earlier. It gives much more to look at. Thanks for the site and thanks for the great work you and the staff do for us.

Dave

Dave,

Look at the MAP page in my signature

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Hi Dave! Thank you for watching. I am glad that you are enjoying watching the cam. The pan is situated west of the camera and the lodge is south. The Kruger National Park is about 900 metres east of Nkorho. Wishing you many hours of happy viewing!

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