Thursday, August 6, 2015

Camera Status Update 8/6/2015 08:00

Camera Status Update 8/6/2015 08:00

All cameras are operating, but, expect some intermittent operation today.

Important Notice: The camera streaming company is moving the cameras to a new and "eventually" better streaming platform.  During this period (about a week) you can expect slow, intermittent, and sometimes unstable operation.

I am working with the streaming company during this time and once complete, the system should be better then ever.   Thanks for you patience and understanding during this process.

Den

15 comments:

  1. Thanks for all you do to entertain us. I'm sure it is frustrating at times for you and I really appreciate your efforts!

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  2. Hey Den. Just a comment from me in IL. . I'm a novice on this computer stuff, but I've noticed that after I click on the Camera Pop Up that I want, the screen turns black and I watch 3 white dots run across the middle of the screen for a few seconds, then one of two things happen, either the camera shot comes on or I get a funky swirling white thingy in the middle of the screen that ends up taking me back to the Home Page.. This is a fairly recent thing that's been happening only in the past two weeks or so. I haven't had this happen before. Problems connecting to the cameras were a lot fewer before. Don't know if this is pertinent to the recent problems, but, there, that's my story from here..Love your work for us, Den. Penny in IL

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  3. Pier B cam crashed and burned again...thank you

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  4. Dennis; we who cannot be in Duluth very much appreciate all of your work and enjoy being able to be there by your website, Thank you very much. Jefferson, Iowa

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  5. You're doing a GREAT job, Dennis, and we appreciate all of your hard work - and Buzz's work, too!

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  6. My wife and I are planning on visiting Duluth w/I the next week or so. We simply love Duluth and what it offers...a good part is the work you continuously do with the cams. Thank you so much!!!

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  7. Sure wish we had the old view of the harbor back! It's way to distant now.

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  8. I agree. However, it costs $300 for a new lens.

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  9. we're blessed by all the continued effort & hard work that you put in to bringing us the beauty of the the duluth harbor and all of the shipping activity!
    thank you denny!
    :-)

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  10. Don Detloff - Fair Haven, MIAugust 5, 2015 at 12:41 PM

    Thanks again, Dennis. Your hard work is appreciated.

    - Don

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  11. Hello, if you guys could answer this it would help me. Today I was crossing the Mackinaw Bridge and saw the Burns a Harbor and Algorail. Anyways a month earlier I saw the Burns with its cool paint being black at the bow then fading to red. I had binoculars with me as we crossed the bridge and noticed that the Burns was all red? Has it by chance got a new paint within the last month?

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  12. Hard to say, don't think ship has been in layup since the winter. Below is link from this website [Thanks Dennis] showing new black paint last year [April 2014] Scroll down to see pic of Burns Harbor entering the ship canal.
    http://www.duluthharborcam.com/2014_04_01_archive.html

    Here is another link showing pics over the years and in 2004 it was painted red. [Prior Owner]
    http://www.boatnerd.com/pictures/fleet/burnsharbor.htm

    Only speculation, but the taconite cargos may have something to do with the rust color towards the stern [loading/unloading/dust/oxidation] or last time paint job, they used cheap black paint.

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  13. I am simply amazed with the work ethic of the various ships on the Great Lakes. They never tire out. A good example is the PRT. They keep America strong! God Bless America!!

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  14. YUP...Pen in IL Whomever u are. I guess it would be nice to know everyones first name here on Dennis' site.. It's not like I'd know where u are, we're all friends here....Right...

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