Many of us are not aware of specifications of our own camera, what’s there and what’s not. If you are new to time Lapse a quick definition can be quoted as Photographing with 4th dimension. If you start to dig around camera settings, anybody can easily spot on to find a mode to create a Lapse video. Time Lapse videos are easy enough to make, those are magical, time compressing movies it can turn any bay, riverside or any street corner into a choice of your dream scape.
Time Lapse videos are produced when a few hundreds of images are sequentially displayed in rapid succession, you are likely to do it using a motion camera framing. A moving time lapse means moving a camera very predictable, and very very slow. Else, you can build a simple panning rig out of mechanical kitchen timer, it will be good when your lapse time is less than an hour, the camera rotates full 360 degree and further limiting this operation.
To make a Lapse video hassle free and to ensure 360 degree of line rotation, we are making it with an Arduino micro controller and a stepper motor. This two electro stats precisely control the panning of a camera during a time of video loops, LCD keypad acts a key interface for start and stopping positions, it also sets the duration of time lapse from five minutes to 12 hours. The device is powered through USB source, and portable USB bricks used to keep your smartphone alive @ long day’s work perfectly, and the device stays alive up to 12 hours of full charge.
Tyler Winegarner and Chris Bordeleau the two professional photographers from New York are the makers of the device, they made this DIY for the people who are fascinated in photography and starters to experiment on photo and motion frame video.
Filed Under: Reviews