Today’s video

| April 22, 2011

Here’s the collection of the best video clips from last night — the cubs were out a little bit during the day, but not far enough onto the lawn to trigger FoxCam’s motion detector, it would seem. Also, it looked as though it was a bit warm for them; not usually a phrase you’d expect […]

The training montages…

| April 21, 2011

Foxcam records video for a maximum of 30 seconds at a time, and uploading lots of little bits to YouTube has the potential to be a pain for me, and irritating to navigate for you guys — so I’ve decided to try compiling the best bits from each day into one longer video. Think of […]

Bigger, better, longer, more…

| June 11, 2010

… videos, that is. I promised links to some of the longer HD videos yesterday (well, actually I promised to post them yesterday, but you can’t have everything), and here they are. The first one is of some very relaxed foxes pottering about on the lawn. The second and third are actually two parts of […]

And now, in colour…

| June 10, 2010

My new still camera also takes video. I wasn’t expecting anything special — I’ve had a point-and-shoot camera that also does video for a number of years, but I thought I’d give it a go. HD video, you say? At sufficiently good quality to make me look longingly at packages with better upload bandwidth? Why […]

A new point of view

| May 2, 2010

I’ve moved FoxCam round a little bit, as the irises growing in the pond (the taller foliage that you may have noticed in previous videos) were starting to get in the way of seeing the foxes clearly. Instead of being attached to an upright pillar forming part of an arbour, it’s now tied to the […]

I have deployed Technology

| April 21, 2010

Being a bit of a sad geek, I have deployed Technology (in the shape of an infra-red video/still camera) to help me keep tabs on our resident foxes. Last night I was repaid: (Click on either photo to enlarge it, and click anywhere on the resulting larger photo to close it again.)