Thursday, April 6, 2017

Time Lapse Photgraphy

Bought one of these for doing time lapse photography with my Pentax K10D
$19.99 Amazon Proime and it works with many cameras besides the Pentax.  The instruction manual is awful, partly because a user interface done with a Set button and four arrows is horrible.  Someone, somewhere, has probably done a dissertation "proving" this all you need.

A 300mm time lapse (15 second intervals) of ID-55 from my dining room.  The blurry ble thing is some piece of external decor that I didn't notice.  Yes, this is for aurora photography.

3 comments:

Mauser said...

I've got a similar device for my camera (I think they all use the same circuit, just slightly different plastic). I also got a "Battery eliminator" that will run the camera off a wall wart plugged into a battery-shaped adapter. Most cameras have a place you can feed the cord out through now.

What did you use to string the shots together into a movie?

Mauser said...

I've got a similar device for my camera (I think they all use the same circuit, just slightly different plastic). I also got a "Battery eliminator" that will run the camera off a wall wart plugged into a battery-shaped adapter. Most cameras have a place you can feed the cord out through now.

What did you use to string the shots together into a movie? (Sorry if this is a duplicate).

Clayton Cramer said...

Mauser: I use VideoStudio.