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    Re: Time Lapse Video

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    Eh...he was talking of video timelapse using a DSLR.

    Anyway, there are plenty of product options, from the product called "Promote Control", Breeze Systems, AnimatorHD, to simple stuff from e-bay -
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Time-Lapse-Pho...d=239009428563

    This thing has plug-points for various cameras too. Just make sure one has lots of storage space in the camera's card.

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    Re: Time Lapse Video

    Quote Originally Posted by AV Guy View Post
    Eh...he was talking of video timelapse using a DSLR.

    Anyway, there are plenty of product options, from the product called "Promote Control", Breeze Systems, AnimatorHD, to simple stuff from e-bay -
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Time-Lapse-Pho...d=239009428563

    This thing has plug-points for various cameras too. Just make sure one has lots of storage space in the camera's card.
    Mate, in fact i am looking for viewcam do you know which nice dslr to purchase? i saw Canon 60d not bad, but i got an curious question,

    i heard dslr is better then viewcam... if it is, how do viewcam survive on this matter? do you have ideal on this?

    your sharing is much appreciate

    thanks


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    Re: Time Lapse Video

    Not sure if my understanding of a 'viewcam' is the same as yours. Sharp used to call their DV videocam a viewcam. Googling seems to bring up mainly surveillance stuff, and though some are now HD resolution, a DSLR would top a viewcam anytime in terms of resolution.

    Not familiar with the Canon 60d or any of their DLSRs. I'm on the other camp - started like that with film cameras, had the lenses, so stayed with it. If timelapse is your main objective, then Canon has its options, with a controller to match -
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Timer-Remote...dp/B001C6I1HU/

    or http://magiclantern.wikia.com/wiki/M..._Firmware_Wiki

    or CHDK, a hacked driver for point-and-shoot Canon cameras.

    ...but the 60d is not mentioned. Perhaps it does not have the necessary controls for a wired remote. Some cameras are like that - with only infra-red remote - therefore limited for timelapse work. Another suitable feature would be mirror-up mode to minimize camera shake during exposure, especially a slow exposure (Be aware some cameras have a 'mirror up' mode for sensor cleaning only - not for exposure).

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    Re: Time Lapse Video

    time lapse is taking many many pics over a period of time and viewing then back quickly.... usually around 24 pictures per second....
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    Re: Time Lapse Video

    actually is using 30frames/s , mean 30 photos in 1 sec,
    if u want 1 minute timelapse video, it mean u need (60x30) 1800 photos to create it.

    here is my latest timelapse production

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    Re: Time Lapse Video

    myD90, This article covers how to do it.
    http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/how-to-...ltimate-guide/

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