|18th of December 2009 (Fri)||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Tips for cross country time lapse
I'm about to take a 2000 mile drive to Seattle through the Rockies and would love to setup my camera to take a time lapse of the whole trip over a few minutes.
I have a 40D and a remote timer that I can program to take pictures every X seconds.
I'm looking at about 30-40 hours of drive time. What do you guys recommend for how often I should have my camera take a picture? I'd like to condense it down to a good 3-4 minutes. I can do the math, but I've also looked on youtube for videos and some are very stuttery and jerky and others look a lot more smooth. Any recommendations on how often the camera should take photos and how many frames per second I should make the video?
Also, what camera settings would you guys recommend? Should I just put the camera into Auto mode?
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