Time lapse photography...

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  1. DoofClenas

    DoofClenas TPF Noob!

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    Anyone have any tips or tricks on how to do this. We used to have a guy at work that would set up his camera during work gatherings, and have his camera (hooked up to his powerbook laptop) take photos every 30-60 seconds...he'd then put them together in quicktime...

    any ideas on the software, or the controller he may have used.
     
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    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Sorry if I'm not much help, but it's gotta be better than nothing...lol.

    I just bought an EOS 10s, it has this feature (from what I've read, it's one of the only EOS cameras that does). It's called "[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]intervalometer", google that term - you should get some results.
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    THanks...
    I'll check into that.
     
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    Please check www.universaltimer.com

    It is a photographic camera and flash timer that would allow you to do time lapse as well as high speed photography. It comes pre-programmed with Canon RC-1 (Digital Rebel Cameras) as well as Nikon ML-L3 codes (D40(x)/D50/D70s/D80).

    The unit can also learn infra-red codes from other cameras, similar to a universal TV remote. This way you can use virtually any camera for time lapse photography.

    You can set the delay from few ms to hours. Attached is a picture of 4 drops taken one after another with an increasing delay:

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  5. astrostu

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    I know that the Canon cameras come with software that will allow you to do this. See if your Olympus did, or if there's any software downloadable from the Olympus website.
     

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