Dual Live Webcams at Eastcliff

Air Show Update

Saturday 2nd July, 1300-1800hrs. Teignmouth Air Show. During the aircraft displays, a ‘marine exclusion zone’ for all vessels will be in place. Also restricted access in and out of the harbour. This ‘marine exclusion zone’ will be patrolled by safety boats, who will be monitoring marine VHF channel 72.

For full details click on link to Teignmouth Harbour Commission

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About the webcams

The webcams are online displaying live images following a daily schedule from dawn until dusk.

The cameras nominally update the image every 2 seconds (If using Firefox, you may need to reload current page (Ctrl+F5) manually for this to work). Their ability to maintain this update frequency is dependent upon the quality of the connection from your browser to the website. If you view over a high speed broadband connection you will see regular updates. On the other hand if you view over a poor 3G connection from mobile or tablet you will miss updates or in the worst case see no updates at all.

Known issues

We see some flare on the lens when the sun is full-on from the east and south west.

In strong easterly weather conditions the North-East view camera can be affected by sea salt spray which distorts the view.

Enjoy and let us know what you think by email to @ Webmaster.

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