Revolve Automated Motion ensures that you capture smooth time-lapses
How would you feel if you found out that you can capture amazing time-lapses and smooth videos for a few hundred bucks? Well, no matter what you think, the Revolve Automated Motion system is available on Kickstarter and it is compatible with all sliders, allowing photographers to capture professional-looking time-lapses.
Brinno TLC200 Pro: world’s first HDR time lapse camera
Brinno has launched a new time lapse camera called TLC200 Pro. It is just a minor upgrade of the previous generation, but the “Pro” tag is hiding a surprise, as this is actually the first time lapse camera in the world which can capture HDR videos at night. This is possible thanks to a large 1/3-inch image sensor clocked at 1.3 megapixels.
From timelapse to timestack with Matt Molloy
Matt Molloy has discovered a new way of synthesizing the dynamism of skies into photographs, by creating images composed out of hundreds of photos. His very first timestack sunset went viral on The Milky Way Scientists’s Facebook page, accumulating 12,000 likes in a single day.
Google Street View Hyperlapse creates virtual road-trips
Using Google’s Street View database, Teehan+Lax’s Hyperlapse application creates dynamic time-lapse road trips. The company’s motion designer stitched together a dizzying demonstration hyperlapse, of what can be expected from project developments.