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10-14-2009, 04:58 PM   #1
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K100D time lapse video - Men At Work

Tree fell down in front of my house. Attached my laptop to my K100D + a fresh set of batteries. Fired up Remote Assistant.

Here's the result.

Not exactly high end photography, but kinda entertaining. Kit lens II @ 18mm. CPL to knock out glare from the window.

I need to get an AC adapter.

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Nice work. So much other stuff we can do besides just snaps but I'm too lazy and uncreative. Good thing ppl like you exist.
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Nice work. So much other stuff we can do besides just snaps but I'm too lazy and uncreative. Good thing ppl like you exist.
Haha. There's a bit of fate 'n' fortune involved. It's hard to find an easier time lapse than that one. I worked at my desk the whole way through while it clicked away.
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Cool, I like it.

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very nice! Even though you said it was easy to you, the most important thing is that you did it anyway because the end result is very good.

Mostly great photo needs that certain moment and you to be there, same thing with timelapses. This was one of those great moments glad you captured it.

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Cool - Well done!
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how to turn your DSLRs stills timelapse into video

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Doing timelapse with the stills function gives you enormous flexibility and the ability to get some truly mind blowing low light timelapse sequences. Much better than you can do with a video camera.
Philip Bloom Blog Archive Tutorial on how to turn your DSLRs stills timelapse into video
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