I viewed the webcam today from a computer at school and noticed yes there
were some major problems, it was all blue. Well there was nothing I could do
about it not being at home and all.
Well I figured it out after thinking for a while. There are so many windows
in the room with sunshine just pouring in for about half the day that the
tank glass was reflecting light to the camera lense and back and making
This was the first time I had actually tried my cam in daytime so I didn't
know it was going to go blue. Well I messed around with the settings around
4:00pm today before the sun started to decend and the picture started to get
a little better.
Cause of problem: Stupid Sunlight, lol.
Please everyone go back and view it now. The picture is almost crystal
clear. I will try to do something so that tomorrow when the sun comes out
you won't see blue, I'll be working on it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lions Lark" <lego_92_at_hotmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 12:08 PM
Subject: Re: NANFA-- Henry's US Native Aquarium WebCam
> Henry! I've got problems! Your tank has gone radioactive...
> Today it is awful bright & blurry!!! Could there be some sunshine that
> wasn't there yesterday? Or maybe you put the super deluxe ultra maxi plus
> batteries & light bulbs in today!?
> I'm on DSL so when it refreshes (fast) it's like a flashing aquarium of
> radioactive energy! (Brighter than Homer Simpson's!) I think I'm
> It reminds me of--->"Three more weeks 'til Halloween...Silver
> Shamrock!"<----bad movie!
> It was 9000% better last night! Turn the sun down!
> ;) Amy Fish are blurry but still cute! (Sunfish? Blue Gills?)
> Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com
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