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Fun with the Perisher cams

Discussion in 'Perisher' started by Mr. Mook, Jul 15, 2014.

  1. Mr. Mook

    Mr. Mook One of Us

    May 21, 2001
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    Macquarie Fields, NSW
    Go to the Perisher website.
    view one of the cameras - one that has lots of people in sight is best.
    click on the 48h icon to see the historical imagery from the previous 2 days
    pause the playback then click on the image to see a full size image in a pop up window.
    You can scroll thru the images by clicking on them, clicking the arrow icons or by pressing the left and right arrow keys.

    But for some real fun press and hold down the arrow key.
    The images will then scroll thru at the repeat rate of your keyboard and you will have a fast, stop motion "movie"of the last 48 hours.

    It works better if it has been clear for the 2 days.