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originally posted by: Neysa
Looks to me like either fog or rain moved in and the moisture on the lens distorted the light.
For something as massive and over-designed as these things you'd think they'd at least have a legible image!
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: 8675309jenny
In short there are housings that hold the cams at Fukushima. They have screens on front which drops of water from rain or fog build on. Out of the focal plain of the camera lens they refract light sources such as lights at the plant. At least we know they are working around the clock. Must be some kind of emergency.
Heres a thread about it…