Just Another Day in Paradise...

Discussion in 'Camera Captures' started by Jose R., May 30, 2019.

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  1. Jose R.

    Jose R. Getting the hang of it

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    My first Dahua 2231R-ZS of my new BI build went up and it caught this shortly after. Straight to a torture test, heh.

    Video died as power went out. It's on a UPS now which reports 90 minutes of reserve.

    It's been a few weeks and it's fine, as expected.

     
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    So THAT'S where my Amazon order went! :facepalm:

    Thanks for the video.
     
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    Send some of that up our way will ya? we're unusually parched and hanging at 95 degrees with no rain in sight :(
     
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    Same here, just north of y'all .... or is "you" in FL? :idk:
     
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    Im just north of the Mouse House on the north side of Orlando. Last year we had a record, though what used to be typical summer (daily) rainy season, hardly ran sprinklers from May-Sept. So far this year we're begging for rain with none in sight and hanging around 94-95. Thankfully humidity is reatively low.
     
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    Sounds like us last year as well...it rained so much and for so long I think my toes started to grow webbing like a duck.....it's feast or famine, it seems and with little moderation.

    You know what they say about the weather, especially in the SE: if you don't like it, be patient and it'll change.