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  admin - October - 27 - 2020 - Comments Off on When the aurora light up

A quick word on the Northern Lights, when to look up (what conditions create them), and how to enjoy these awesome night sky displays with a radio or a camera.

  admin - April - 29 - 2015 - Comments Off on Trip of a lifetime: camera outcomes

General thoughts on the new camera after a trip to New Zealand and Australia.

  admin - February - 2 - 2015 - Comments Off on Affordable Lumix FZ1000 battery packs

Today’s portable gear — including cameras — demands a lot from batteries. Here’s a quick tip on where to get affordable extra batteries (that work really well) for the Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 camera.

  admin - February - 1 - 2015 - Comments Off on Low-cost photography filters from Fotodiox

One of the best additions to a photographer’s toolkit is also one of the least expensive: this kit of three Fotodiox filters (circular polarizar, UV, and soft diffusion) for under $15 is a great deal.

  admin - January - 31 - 2015 - Comments Off on Lumix FZ1000 bridge camera — superzoom plus

I think I’ve found the perfect camera for me. Big zoom range, stunning images, and 4K video all in a bridge camera sporting a one-inch, 20MP sensor. Check out some samples from the Lumix FZ1000.

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Time of latest WWV report Solar flux index -- from SWPC WWV.txt Day's sunspot count -- from SWPC dayind.txt Current A-index -- from SWPC curind.txt Curren K-index -- from SWPC curind.txt Geomagnetic condition based on current A-index and K-index levels GOES 14 Solar X-ray flux -- A or B is good, C M or X is not good Calculated band conditions based on +/- points awarded for latest: A-index, Aurora level, X-ray flux, Solar Flux Index, and typical utility of each band group during hours of daylight or darkness Latest OVATION-prime aurora forecast images K-index (3-hour readings from Boulder, CO) for the past 24 hours Solar Flux and Sunspots for the past 14 days Developed for the Orca DX and Contest Club by VA7ST
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