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How to make a long term time-lapse
Just a quick hopefully simple question to any one more familiar with electronics.I want to use 2 cameras so one is more suited for night shots.If i just take the negative cable out of the DC coupler (First battery) attach that to a second battery, and then take the negative from that outwards, will that effectively result in a series circuit and power both cameras?I like to think this would work but havent done anything like this before.Warm regardsBradley
Maker Film Production
Very interesting! By any chance could I substitute a solar panel with a smaller battery to make it easier to transport on the back of a motorcycle? By the way I'm aiming for a year round time lapse of the rocky mountains. Thank you very much for any help or tips you may provide.
Hello, how did you made the tube ? Where can we find this tube ?
did you just shoot 24 hours a day or did you just shoot daylight? If just daylight, how did you program your intervalometer to shoot certain times?
Thanks for the inspiration. I'm using a Canon G11 in mine, so I didn't have to mess around with adding a lens hood, and just used a UV filter. I'll be capturing a building construction project over 8-10 months. I've added my own instructable with progress pics as well. Thanks again! http://www.instructables.com/id/Long-Term-Time-Lapse-Enclosure/
I've always liked time-lapse, but never been able to go for more than just a few hours. Thanks for your instructable. I made mine were I could change the tube out for different lens. I bought my camera off ebay and it came with that trigger. I noticed you said don't skimp on this so I might need to buy a Canon brand timer. For now I'm using a 12 v 2 amp wall wart to power it for testing.
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