friday 19 january Cam discussion
That picture of the cheetah was definately from yesterday's sighting. The video is on my ALBUM page, and it's a perfect match with frame 856.
I must have missed this. What was the confusion? I saw the pic posting of the cheetah and don't understand why it would be removed.
Sorry...but I was watching the cam all the time...and I only saw the geese. No Cheetah today.
:roll: Jan, that's really weird...
:oops: I had just deleted your sighting post already...
still confused now...
Is it possible that the cam would abruptly stop showing live stream and instead play a random loop from some time in the past? If that can/does happen, maybe it happened here. If so, is there a way to tell in WMP that's what's going on? If that doesn't happen, then ... I'm out of explanations if that wasn't a real-time cheetah.
To stop all the confusing about the cheetah sighting, I'm going to remove the sighting post and the picture.
thanks for understanding Jan001.
WAY TO GO, GERDA!!!!
Looks like your lion sighting luck has changed. Great captures of the lion crossing !!
my cam had cut out at the time..and i didn't see it live.
yes, waterholers, this is a great time , (while cam activity is slow) to open an additional window and review all the good info on this forum. You can still leave the cam window open so you don't miss anything. If using WinMedia Player set on standard view..it only takes up one sixth of your entire monitor screen.
including check out the first FORUM at the top of the Forun Index page ...which is titled READ THIS BEFORE YOU POST~~ and also the the next one all about HOW TO~~~ including how to post pics on Cam Pics forum.
But to me, the best place of all is the 'FAQ' (frequently asked questions) at the top of page , under the AfriCam tree logo. Almost all questions can be answered for you there. Amazing place this forum is !!!!
Enjoy it more when you know what's going on...and how to participate.
That's a funny echo of some sort that gets created in the sound system by the cricket/tree frog sounding critters.
It seems to occur mainly when the camera is set on night. I'll bet the critters love having their little sounds echoed.