Who says you can't shoot video with a D40

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    Not sure if I put this in the right place but I made these two videos with my D40 over the past few months, they were really easy to make, I post how if you are interested

    Rainy Day on Vimeo

    NYC on Vimeo
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    good stuff man good stuff, i've seen that nyc one on bmx-forum before i think
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    yea! i want to know how you did it if you dont mind explaining it!
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    Very cool!
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    Yes, we are still waiting!!
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    I did it by shooting on continuous mode, with my camera on the tripod and slowly adjusting the focus on the lens (100mm f/2.8) it is not hard at all and produces pretty good results imo. Once you have the pictures you can put them in QT pro, of final cut, or any movie editor all with same set duration and that is it. try it
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    wow. i need to try this with my d40x
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    awesome! i LOVE the NYC one.

    i have a D40 too, ive never shot on continuous mode but maybe i should!
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    I love this idea. Think I'm gonna try it with my D40 soon!
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    technically you didnt shoot video .. you just made it into a video :p

    lolz. timelapse FTW !

    heres mine :

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbWUD94Cvfs]YouTube - clock timelapse[/ame]


    kinda sucked . but meh . i was just trying it out :D

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