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12-16-2018, 09:44 AM   #31
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Does anyone have a out-of-the-box solution?
Use interval capture or a cabled intervalometer and assemble the movie using available video editing software. Of course, that and other options are in the thread.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Azergoth Quote
No news. I stopped trying to figure out how to solve it when I found the K3 isnít a good video camera. (Which is il, Iím not a good videographer &#128539

I use my phone or other compact devices to film as the quality is much better.

If you have a solution, Iíd be happy to hear it, though, as a like my camera. (Even if the K3 is getting a pretty outdated model!)
I'll do some investigation because I find a good 4k timelapse out of the box a nice thing. I also use my smatphone for video mostly, but for things like high contrast or low light scenes (sunset etc) I like the K1 much more.

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