Is there aa camera operator?

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Is there aa camera operator?

Hi All,

I just got on & saw that the lions are back. Is this the stix pride? Yesterday ( u.s. time ) while the lions went to sleep the camera never moved and didn't for a long time. Has it been in this position for a long time again? I could not find where it said anything today about a zebra kill...I saw yesterdays'. I wish they could make the camera do some kind of colorzation ( wouldn't that be nice too see them in natural color....wishes.wishes Sticking out tongue ) I hope someone is there to zoom in, soon .
How exciting to see them back Laughing out loud !
Could someone help me out Laughing out loud ?

Thank You
Angie

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I appreciate the information.
Thank You.
Angie

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Hello aminyard
About who and when about manning the cam
http://www.africam.com/boma/viewtopic.php?t=1597
Its position, now, will stay till 4.00 am SA time because they sleep now in the lodge Eye-wink
Your wishes for color
Well it is important for natural life there is a day and a night time.
Light at night will dissturb this for all that is living there, fauna and flora.
We are very lucky to see it with the infrared though Laughing out loud
And we think it is the same group as yesterday and that could be the Stix pride. But it are 7 females and 1 male Eye-wink
There is a post from Karin in 13 januari about the kill, it was a few 100 meters from the lodge late in the morning and a zebra.
Hope I answerd some questions Eye-wink

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