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I needed a remote timer for doing some time-lapse photography as well as some night-time photography, and so thought I would invest in an intervalometer, but when I saw the price of Canon's own version I was a little put off (£120), then I found this, it seemed pretty similar and at a fraction of the price. So I took the plunge, and well it was defiantly worth it, this product does (and I stress) exactly the same as canon's version.
Build quality overall feels good, it probably wouldn't take a good throwing around, but hey that's not what it's built for, the connection cable seems pretty strong and the rubber cord is good quality as well.
This intervalometer/Remote timer does exactly what is says on the tin, you can set a delay, exposure time, number of shots and time between shots. This is great for any type of time-lapse or star trail photography.
Cheap, easy to use, the same as Canon's own brand, nice to hold (not to big nor small), only takes two triple A batteries.
No off button, but to be honest it's not that hard to take the battery cover off and remove the battery.
So, if you are looking to do any type of photography and need a remote timer then I would defiantly advise that you purchase this one, cheap, effective and easy to use!
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Initial post: 13 Apr 2011 19:56:58 BDT
I am new to this and had always assumed that time lapse photography required a camera with video facility whereby individual frames were captured one frame at a time separated by a user-defined delay and replayed at the usual 25fps.
Reading reviews of this device, it seems that individual jpg images are captured from a 'stills' camera and then combined into a video.
So my question is: What software is available (preferably free) that will combine these images to produce a short video clip?
Presumably 20 second video at 25fps will require 500 jpg images and for full HD resolution will need to approx. 2M per image?
Any information would be welcome.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Oct 2011 19:38:32 BDT
Daniele Carotenuto says:
Quicktime player does.
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