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Chris_L 5 5.3k United Kingdom
1 Oct 2015 9:25AM
Show us your timelapse videos, with links or embedded YouTube.

What gear did you use, over how much time did the recording last and what settings did you use?

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Chris_L 5 5.3k United Kingdom
1 Oct 2015 12:32PM
Great Timelapse that David Thorpe (Lemmy) posted in another thread. (Press play icon if video doesn't autostart)
andart 17 521 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2015 2:17PM
Here is a really basic one I made earlier this year:

Durham Cathedral Timelapse

Filmed on a Toshiba x-sport at 1 frame per second with a flow-mow for the panning. Edited in Irfanview and gopro studio.
Chris_L 5 5.3k United Kingdom
1 Oct 2015 2:27PM
That's an ideal speed, you can see the interaction of people - often lost in timelapse. Tempted by a flow-mow, is it smooth enough to double up for regular panning? So if camera was in video mode you could set flow-mow to do a very slow pan?

I wonder if it would take the weight of a GX7 with small prime? Hmmm Grin
andart 17 521 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2015 3:00PM
The flow-mow is very basic - think clock work egg timer.
flow mow on amazon
Mine does 90 degrees in 30 min upto 360 degrees in 2 hours. It is quite smooth and takes a GF2 with a panny 14mm lens. The ticking of the clockwork mechanism is quite loud......
GazzaG2003 16 365 England
1 Oct 2015 10:02PM
https://youtu.be/9U-8cqrGV_E I also had a XCSOURCEŽ 360 Rotating Ballhead sitting in the camera hot shoe with a GoPro on top will post that one another time.
XCSOURCEŽ 360 Rotating Ballhead
GazzaG2003 16 365 England
1 Oct 2015 10:15PM
one on a rotating 360 https://youtu.be/fToUejtFJhk
Chris_L 5 5.3k United Kingdom
2 Oct 2015 2:09AM
I got the X-Source one, quite a heavy duty thing, rechargable? Was pretty expensive, I sent it back because the durations weren't long enough etc.

What were your settings for this one? Do you recall?

MikeA 15 1.3k England
2 Oct 2015 2:44PM
If you are after technique these may interest you:
2 Oct 2015 3:10PM

Here are some timelapses from the Cuillin Hills.
There are several sequences in this vid, but the main gear used was -
Nikon D600 with a 17-35mm lens and Nikon V1 with the standard 10-30mm
Interval varies between 2 and 10 seconds, depending on how fast the subjects are moving, generally shooting for between 10 - 30 minutes per sequence.
All camera settings on manual to 'lock-down' the exposure, white balance, focus etc.
Chris_L 5 5.3k United Kingdom
2 Oct 2015 3:58PM
Super duper, absolutely brill, I love everything about these, I like that you've combined lots together. Fab
MikeA 15 1.3k England
2 Oct 2015 6:04PM
No YouTube upload.
Settings: wet............ Ashness Bridge

Some Kit: 30Kg so not portable Timelapse / video kit

MikeA 15 1.3k England
2 Oct 2015 6:22PM
Portable kit, 1 frame per second, raw. Timelapse of timelapse.
Chris_L 5 5.3k United Kingdom
3 Oct 2015 8:50AM
MIkeA that EMOTIMO TB3 (Salivating over one in another tab) pulls off some gorgeous moves!! How long have you had that MIke? Are there any cheap Chinese copies in my current budget range, which is slightly limited these days?

Great lapses Smile
BjornR 4 2 Netherlands
3 Oct 2015 10:04AM

Sunset to Sunrise overnight Timelapse over the Remarkables New-Zaland
Showing Aurora-Milky-Way and a Moonrise


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