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The magic fog is rolling into Golden Gate Bridge twilight moment time Lapse study

This 37 seconds time lapse video clip was bit challenge to me when I put them togther with 200 frames in about 1 hour.

Since the shutter speed changes of the begining 1 to end at 30 seaconds. Which makes the video clipse not smooth playing if I put them on one consitent speed. that I change the re-play video clips speed from 15 to 4 seaconds for about each segment.

I am still new in this type time lapse video clip study. How to to the panning time lapse? how to do the change the perpsctive from wide to narror angle during the time lapse recording? there much more for me to learn in the long time.

Any input and sugguest will be greatly appreiacatie it.

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Location: Marin Headlands
Date: Jan 14 2011
Time: 5:37pm to 6:21pm
Total about 200 frames of this time lapse video clip

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  1. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    That is the "MiLapse" setup

  2. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    I just check it out heir website... almost same amount of $$$ as the Gigapan :(...not a cheap toy.

  3. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    Really ?

    I've seen them for ~$130, cheaper used on eBay.
    The Gigapan SLR is $450

  4. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    see it in here

    dynamicperception.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&am...

    Stage Zero Dolly 6-Foot Complete Kit
    Starting at: $795.00

    this is for panning kit,

    this the Gigapan DSLR kit

    gigapansystems.com/gigapan-products/gigapan-epic-pro-prod...

    starting at $895.00

  5. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    That's an apples & oranges comparison -- the Gigapan does ONLY pan. It doesn't move.
    IMHO the Gigapan is similar to www.timescapes.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=17
    And this head & controller are used ~$130.

    It may be to weak for a D3 but strong enough for a D300

  6. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    that is the cost of the motor head

    --$195 free shipping (in the continental U.S.) for the Motor Head, #494 Controller, Tripod, AND L-BRACKET!!

    the price looks good of it compare to the Gigapan.

    thanks for the link. I will do more research of it later this week.

  7. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    this one may work
    Meade DS-2080AT-TC Refractor Telescope

    www.telescopes.com/telescopes/refracting-telescopes/meade...

  8. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    That is EXACTLY the system people use -- just remove the scope and add a L-bracket for the camera.
    Careful : Some setups use a different goto controller (494 vs 497) and the examples I have seen use the 497 (has extra 0...9 keys). The example you linked to uses the 494 -- this may not have all the Milapse abilities / laptop control SW

    Some youtube ppl just use a clamp to hold down the buttons to make it pan -- that will work with any remote.

  9. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    thanks so much of your detail info. I will look for the Meade DS-2080AT-TC with the 497 remote control. :) more things for me to do this weekend :D

  10. James Anthony Photography 52 months ago | reply

    This is very cool. I was hoping someone was taking video out there.

  11. Jeryl31 52 months ago | reply

    wow, this was in the evening?

  12. Thom Sheridan 52 months ago | reply

    This made my day! Thanks for sharing.

  13. JaveFoto 52 months ago | reply

    Awesome David, this is exactly how i remember it. Jave

  14. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    Any luck in finding a ROBO-mount ?

    This one sold for $130 incl controller -- but no scope or camera bracket.
    cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130476262435
    Still a good start if you can bend metal and make a bracket yourself ....

  15. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    Thanks everyone!!!

    @Andy, I did not have chance to look for the MEAD Motor Head today. instead I spent lots time to wok on the Miss Vietnam of Northern California Intercollegiate Pageant 2011 event today. :)

    I will keep looking for the MEAD Motor Head next to see that I find a good deal of it. thanks for the link from ebay. I will keep an eye on ebay :D

  16. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    I saw your latest (numerous) new photos ....

  17. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    hehe... it is not easy for me to keep it up with my hobbies these day. I need more time!!!

  18. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    Or fewer ladies / hobbies ;-))

  19. davidyuweb 52 months ago | reply

    well... that is not easy to balance it evenly :)))

  20. Stargazer95050 52 months ago | reply

    Here's an idea for a DIY rail system
    www.diyphotography.net/a-timelapse-rail-from-bbq-rotisser...

    This pan-head is not tough enough for a SLR but holds a P&S
    www.diyphotography.net/using-a-kitchen-timer-to-create-pa...

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