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Cheap timelapse remote VS Expensive timelapse remote.

A timelapse remote (also known as an intervalometer, timelapse timer, timelapse trigger or timelapse intervalometer) is an external device that you attach to your camera to trigger the capturing of photos at a consistent interval. Some timelapse remotes have more functions than others. Some are wireless, some are wired, some are both. All of them should work consistently, reliably and accurately.
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Is the Canon EOS R a good timelapse camera?

The recently released Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera is a product that has made a lot of people very upset. No real...
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Syrp Genie II Pan Tilt and Linear motion control device review

The Syrp Genie II is a brand new timelapse and video motion control device. Read on to find out why you need a motion control system for your timelapse productions.

Is the GoPro Hero 7 Black the ultimate Hyperlapse camera?

GoPro announced the brand new Hero 7 series of action cameras last week. One of the new key features included in the Black model...

Timelapse data management and editing workflow

In this article I describe my timelapse data management system as well as my timelapse workflow from beginning to end. If you haven't seen the...

Canon EOS M50 as a timelapse camera

In this blog post and video I talk about using the new Canon EOS M50 mirrorless camera as a timelapse camera. Will it get a spot in my timelapse bag? Let's find out.