... where it's not about the camera.
Another little time lapse experiment... about 50 seconds showing the advance of the sun.
Hey Rick, enjoying your new experiments in time-lapse... what camera are you using for these??
This last one was done with a Harbortronics Time Lapse System which contains a Canon Rebel. I bought this for a big job coming up where I have to leave a camera in the out-of-doors for a few months. Right now I'm doing tests with it to get comfortable with the computer timing system and all. Every time I do an experiment I do something wrong and learn something new. The others I've posted on here were done with an old Nikon D200 I had laying around. The Nikons have a rudimentary time-lapse function built in. You can do 999 shots automatically and can vary the interval time.
I enjoyed seeing the deck railing shadows advance across the snow.
I thought the snow melting would be better... it was surprisingly indifferent to the sun and only melted a little bit.
These are very cool...makes me want to pick up a D200 since my D90 can't do time lapse without tethering it to a laptop and using other software.
Jerry... if you're interested... go to Harbortronics and look at the Digisnap devices.
Can it do it in HD, 1920 on the wide side.
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