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The Digital Dynax Diner / Android apps issue
« Last post by Gordon McGeachie on Today at 11:08:09 AM »
On my Sony Xperia M4 Aqua phone, I wanted to download the face book update, but despite it only being 49mb, and having 465mb of free space on the phone, it would not download as I got the message saying that I needed to free up space.

I shut down apps  by using `Shut App`, and also cleared the cache, but still it would not download.

I had a message box come up saying what apps I had on the phone, and had to remove one of them.

why does this happen?

My phone only has 8gb of storage, 4.03gb used by android, 3+gb of app installed by Sony/google , many of which I wont ever use, and cant delete, which leaves me not a lot of space for apps, despite moving them across to an SD card.

thanks in advance
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Images to Share / Re: Night sky and aurora and wild camping
« Last post by CHOLLY on Today at 08:17:38 AM »
The Milky Way and quite a few Meteors too....

Nicely done.
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Images to Share / Re: Night sky and aurora and wild camping
« Last post by Chris82 on Today at 07:32:31 AM »
Finally a few from our wild camp on the far North of Scotland at Durness. It was even colder this night reaching -7ÂșC during the night. Lighting courtesy of a 100% full moon.






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Images to Share / Re: Night sky and aurora and wild camping
« Last post by Chris82 on Today at 07:28:44 AM »
Ralston cairn in Glencoe at night


Now for a few quick snaps from 2 wild camps in February!!
First one near Arisaig with the Isle of Eigg and Venus in the distance. 83% full moon so it was rather bright and a tad chilly too with a frost on the tent.




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Images to Share / Re: Night sky and aurora and wild camping
« Last post by Chris82 on Today at 07:24:10 AM »




A night trip to Glencoe in the hope of viewing aurora again but only a faint glow over Rannoch Moor so tried some other stuff instead




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Images to Share / Night sky and aurora and wild camping
« Last post by Chris82 on Today at 07:17:43 AM »
 I do apologise for being so slow getting these posted. I was lucky enough to have viewed the aurora over Scotland 4 times in a fortnight and finally managed to capture it on camera. I know they are not the best pics you will ever see but it was very high on my list of things to see and do this year.

First ever attempt at catching the aurora on camera




Again a few days later





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Images to Share / Re: Mr. Slick
« Last post by Douglas on April 28, 2017, 02:03:10 PM »
Yes I think it is a leech.
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Images to Share / Re: Mr. Slick
« Last post by Faldrax on April 28, 2017, 10:30:20 AM »
Do you know what type of animal it is?
Is it a type of Leech?

Looks like it is covered in a wet slime, giving lots of reflective surfaces which has led to a loss of detail - a CPL might have helped.
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Images to Share / Mr. Slick
« Last post by Douglas on April 27, 2017, 05:31:31 PM »
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Lens Talk / Re: Batis 85 Sharpness?
« Last post by CHOLLY on April 26, 2017, 05:49:13 PM »
One more...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-vQRtGRN2g

That should help you decide Douglas.

GOOD LUCK!
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