Chris has just posted a new video in the forums which I wanted to get out here on the front of the site. It’s a pretty incredible new system for controlling a lens while shooting timelapse, and it’s part of his Project Chronos project. If you haven’t heard about Project Chronos, you should definitely stop […]
Chris writes: New episode of Chronos news. I tried to have a little bit more fun with this one. New HDR features New signal passthrough New Camera Nudge feature At 6:30min shows some different movement profiles. Be sure to check out Chris’ Project Chronos Facebook page.
Chris writes: This week/weeks episode is on Velocity Ramping. Next week I will be going over the various designs of timelapse dollies. If there is anything you want me to cover, message me and I will try to go over it. Be sure to check out Chris’ Project Chronos Facebook page.
Chris writes: Here is the first run of the Chronos Controllers, i have 6 for sale, $60 each, they will come loaded with all the electronics, you need to supply your own housing, buttons, potentiometers and serial LED 4 digit display
Chris is doing some really excellent work explaining various techniques and technical issues with shooting motion timelapse. Here he covers the sometimes controversial issue of camera and bulb ramping. Not all cameras can really ramp the right way.
A very simple setup to get some great forward (or backward) moving shots. It’s a nice little hack and the first DIY video I’m adding to this new site. Here’s the place to go for more information: Project Chronos