The Syrp Genie Mini II is the follow-up to the popular and affordable Genie Mini, which itself was a scaled-down version of the breakthrough Syrp Genie. The Genie Mini II steps up the time-lapse game with new features, including keyframed movement and multi-row panorama. It will also be compatible with upcoming feature releases like auto exposure ramping, time-lapse compiler and camera control. [Read more…]
The Canon EOS R is a pretty great camera but it’s missing a couple of amenities. The built-in time-lapse movie mode is great if you want to have a finished 4K timelapse out of the camera as a video file. If you want to capture still images for later editing and assembly, however, you are out of luck with the in-camera options. [Read more…]
B&H has a great deal on the Vello Shutterboss II Timer Remote for $27.95 (reg. $49.95). This is a great (and affordable) third-party option to expensive camera-brand remotes and it does pretty much the same thing. You can read my Vello Shutterboss II Review for the Canon model for more details. This deal ends on Dec. 28 at midnight. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Photographer Noe Alonzo captured close to 3TB of images over the course of three years to make this time lapse tour of Seoul, South Korea.
As he puts it, “Three years of no social life, three years of ditching my friends and events and ignoring my girlfriend so I could be out on some roof. I’d say each shot was on average 6 hours of work. Some shots I reshot 4-5 times until I got it right.”
The gear he cites as used on this project includes: [Read more…]
Air New Zealand just launched its latest commercial, which is filled with time-lapse and motion sequences, some of which are combined in the same scenes. You can see the 60 second spot above that kicks off their transition to winter. [Read more…]
The past two releases of Canon professional DSLRs show that Canon has finally come around to the notion that its customers who pay thousands of dollars for a camera think an intervalometer should be built-in. The Canon 7D Mark II along with the 5DS and 5DS R cameras are the first Canon DSLRs to offer a built-in intervalometer. With these new models, it is now possible to shoot interval images for time lapse sequences without the need for the overpriced Canon TC-80N3.
Note, however, that shooting still images with the built-in intervalometer is different than shooting in Time-lapse movie mode on the 5DS and 5DS R. [Read more…]