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 […]
A nice new Kickstarter project recently launched, called the “lil-mule”. If you’re looking for horizontal moving shots that span more than the normal 3 or 6 feet from most track based systems, this one might be for you. Check it out: Here’s the page on Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1590609851/lil-mule-professional-time-lapse-and-video-camera
The folks at Cinetics have come out with a great looking timelapse slider, which they’ve put up on kickstarter: This is the Kickstarter video for CineMoco. Find the project here: cinemoco.com The modular CineMoco System delivers camera moves ranging from dolly shots to motor controlled timelapse, and you can carry it on your back. The […]
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: I spent the last 3 years building a motorized time-lapse dolly that runs on a track and a motorized time-lapse car to assist me as a DOP in shooting unique footage for Getty Images, lifestyle shows, commercials, features, tv shows and docs. Well you get the idea. Having a track based system enables […]