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    Arrow Dartmoor - Live Webcam Feed

    The image is updated every 10mins, you will need to refresh your page in order to get the new image (press F5 on your keyboard).

    Tip: If the image is completely black it's probably night-time!


    "For those interested: we use an Olympus SP-500UZ digital camera with Pine Tree Computing's Camera Controller to take the photos and upload them to the website automatically. The webcam is located at 50.57°N, 3.94°W (SX 628770) facing approximately North, 369 metres (1,210 feet) above sea level."

    Thanks to Dartcom for the webcam feed - http://www.dartcom.co.uk/dartcam/
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    Thats great, Ash!!

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    Thumbs up Snow on Dartmoor in November 2010

    Here's an image I saved from the webcam on 28/11/2010 at 11:31am ...

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    I love this link Ash.
    I'm back down in the west country over xmas - I think I'll have to bring me kit and get out on the moors for a night or two!

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    What a difference a few day makes.

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    beutiful place,where do you camp usually martin postbidge dartmeet areas or the forest across the way from haytor
    lifes good ,but even sweeter under the stars

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    To be honest Kieran, I have camped in most parts of the moor over the years. Personally, I prefer the north moor as it is more bleak and desolate, which I love. Of course, there are many beautiful spots on both the north and south moors so you take your pick.

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    yeah the north moor is bleaker,the reason i asked was haytor which is the nearest to me trip through newton abbot and im there,has a nice woodland, also is historic and some nice walks templer way which eventually will take you out to the docks at teignmouth if you look closely enough some of the old granite tracks are still in situe ,but agreed its all a very nice moorland as is exmoor and bodmin
    lifes good ,but even sweeter under the stars

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    I'm intrigued, does i automatically go off every 10 min? hopefully you'll catch a fox or deer or some other wildlife on it!
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    Question Information About the Webcam

    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Rushton View Post
    I'm intrigued, does i automatically go off every 10 min? ...
    "For those interested, we use an Olympus C-500Z digital camera with Pine Tree Computing's Camera Controller to take the photos and upload them to the website automatically. The webcam is located at 50.57°N, 3.94°W (SX 628770) facing approximately North, 369 metres (1,210 feet) above sea level."

    We should camp infront of it one day
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