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    Default Time lapse from New Hampton

    The clouds were blowing by yesterday so I setup the camera on the deck and let it roll.

    http://www.vimeo.com/6483135

    Kirk

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    Very interesting! Please explain further how you did it.

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    It's really easy

    I have a Canon Powershot G9 (point & shoot).

    It can shoot stills & video.

    Select video mode, then there's an option for time lapse. Can set it to either 1 shot ever second or 2 seconds.

    I set it to 2 seconds and let it go.

    That's in video mode, so it's 640x480 resolution.

    Kirk

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    Your pan/tilt/roll head is really nice. Is it remote control, or cabled? I bet that comes in real handy.
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    radio controlled.

    And I transmit from the camera via wifi.

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    Very cool. Gotta love remote control.
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