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May 7, 2016 AT 3:00 am

Long Term Time Lapse with a Canon G11 #celebratephotography

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From m2-photo.com:

I have an opportunity to capture a construction project over about 8 months. I have an old Canon G11 camera that I can use to capture the time lapse sequence. I have created a prototype enclosure that will be securely mounted on a pole at the job site and take pictures every 30 minutes or so. I also have a couple of options on how to get the camera to trigger, but we’ll cover that later. Here is the initial design.

Read more and see more of Michael Mikkelson’s projects on vimeo.


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