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Lightning OGV file over Jhb 2013-11-12
Great time-lapse video clip - I have a true-time video recording of same looking South towards the W'kloof ridge skyline, also about 2 years ago.
What was the total time of your clip (ie what is the time compression factor)?
There is something that looks like it could be a meteor entering from bottom left of screen at about 60% through the clip, except that the time duration would be way too long for a meteor (it has a nice long, straight streak upwards on three frames, but intervening frames of nothing).
Some of your other photos it would be interesting to talk about, particularly the 2 lions in Rietvlei reserve. ? I did not know they had lions, a cheetah or two I heard about (with cub I believe) but lions ??
- If I recall correctly time compression is 3 minutes/second, one 10 second exposure taken every 15 seconds and played back at 12 frames per second.
- The streak across the screen was an aircraft, it is intermittent because the light flashes and streaked because of the long exposure on each frame.
- The lion at Rietvlei are just on the other side of the Delmas Road. There is no access for individual vehicles, but on one can visit them on the game vehicles from the coffee shop.
- --NJR_ZA (talk) 18:26, 28 March 2015 (UTC)