Basics of Moving Time-lapses + A Budget Option

Basics of Moving Time-lapses + A Budget Option

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I love time-lapses for my productions. A few years back I wanted to get into moving time-lapse systems. The problem I had was that there are a lot of options out there and in some ways, it’s a bit confusing as to what you need to get started. That’s why I made this one. I hope it gives you the basics and then introduces you to two of my current favorite systems – the Syrp and Harrope.

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I’ll be making a few more detailed overviews of moving time lapses with 3 axis control in the near future.

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