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01-08-2014, 02:47 AM   #16
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QuoteQuote:
time-lapse
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denoting the photographic technique of taking a sequence of frames at set intervals to record changes that take place slowly over time. When the frames are shown at normal speed the action seems much faster.
A moving vehicle which is capturing a frame every 200 metres or 60 seconds of a different scene while it is travelling is hardly able to show changes that in normal time take place slowly (often too slow for the eye to see in the case of germinating seeds or opening flowers), which are then shown quickly once compiled.. AKA: Time Lapse.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Steve.Ledger Quote
But this wasn't an Interval Movie, the guy shot RAW for this timelapse and used 2x 128Gb cards (one in each slot)
High-Def(????): PENTAX K-3??????????
Hmmm, the Google-translated page is a little confusing, but you could be right. If so, the Youtube description is a little misleading ("I tried 4K time lapse with PENTAX K-3") when 4K timelapse was clearly one of the announced features of the camera (see here, for example)...
01-08-2014, 02:53 PM   #18
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Yes, it can capture 4K 'Interval Movie' sequences, but that is not to say all K-3 4K timelapse videos on YouTube are K-3 made 4K 'Interval movies', right
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QuoteOriginally posted by Doundounba Quote
Riiiiight... it's for amateurs. Amateurs who then produce work like this:

PENTAX K-3 time lapse test

Yes this is a very miss leading vid, as its impossible to get smooth car motion trails like this using the 4K interval movie mode. (slowest shutter speed is 1/30th at 2 second intervals is the lowest setting). This vid must of been shot as stills and edited later.

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QuoteOriginally posted by unearthimages Quote
Yes this is a very miss leading vid, as its impossible to get smooth car motion trails like this using the 4K interval movie mode. (slowest shutter speed is 1/30th at 2 second intervals is the lowest setting). This vid must of been shot as stills and edited later.
Yes, I think at one point someone posted a link to the blog post that the shooter made about this video, and it was indeed shot as stills and then made into a 4k movie. Still a really wonderful piece of work, and done with the K-3...
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