Time Lapse of Blizzard

  peter99co 12:17 28 Dec 2010
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Simple but Clever?

  Quickbeam 12:26 28 Dec 2010

I blame it on the Snow Queen...

  octal 12:54 28 Dec 2010

Now that's what you call snow fall!

  Forum Editor 13:37 28 Dec 2010

was used on the BBC News yesterday - it looks simple, but it must have been a bit of a fiddle to rig it all up, and keep the clock in view over 20 hours.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:11 28 Dec 2010

Brrrr

  wolfie3000 14:26 28 Dec 2010

Interesting video.

Anyone else think this thread was going to be a timelapse of The game series World of Warcraft?

  Mr Mistoffelees 19:09 28 Dec 2010

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  peter99co 21:16 28 Dec 2010

Never heard of it!

  hssutton 23:17 28 Dec 2010

"was used on the BBC News yesterday - it looks simple, but it must have been a bit of a fiddle to rig it all up, and keep the clock in view over 20 hours."

Esxtremely easy with the software that Canon supply with most of their cameras, or with an intervalvometer, but cleaning the snow away from the clock must have been a pain

  Forum Editor 23:31 28 Dec 2010

"cleaning the snow away from the clock must have been a pain"

That's what I meant, which is why I mentioned the clock - someone had to keep raising it as the snow deepened.

  peter99co 10:04 29 Dec 2010

I bought a mini time lapse camera from Maplin. It sticks on the windscreen of the car with a supplied brkt and records whole journeys. It can be set in 1 sec intervals upwards and can be left for days on a long interval. Came with software as well. It can be upgraded with SD cards of choice.

I can't wait to try some similar effect. I used it one evening on rear of the house during a family Bar-B-Q with hilarious results. The Keystone Cops come to mind.

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