Just to prove that the camera is live, this shot takes in the clock tower of the Vulcan Building and Gun Wharf.
Behind the clock tower Southsea Cenotaph can be seen with Spitbank Fort visible to the right of the picture.
Today it is more frequently used as a stop for Royal Naval warships and visiting ships from foreign navies.
The route this busy ferry takes might only cover a third of a mile of water, but it saves a journey of over 14 miles by car.
Time it right and you might catch a number of ferries.
The small green ferries shuttle passengers to and from Gosport whilst the Wight Link ships take cars and passengers to the Isle of Wight.
The Warrior Preservation Trust is an independent charity that relies entirely on the generosity of the public to fund the ongoing preservation of HMS Warrior 1860.
Semaphore tower is one of the more instantly recognisable buildings in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and is today home for the Queens Harbour Master who control the movement of all large vessels around the harbour.Image sensors can be CMOS or CCD, the former being dominant for low-cost cameras, but CCD cameras do not necessarily outperform CMOS-based cameras in the low-price range.Most consumer webcams are capable of providing VGA-resolution video at a frame rate of 30 frames per second.Peeking through Warriors rigging we get a glimpse of Lord Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory currently undergoing restoration work to her masts and rigging.HMS Victory sits in dry dock alongside the Mary Rose Museum, just out of shot to the right.