The Timelapse+ VIEW makes it super easy to achieve holy-grail sequence with Nikon cameras.

The Timelapse+ VIEW makes it super easy to achieve advanced timelapse sequence with Nikon cameras.

Supported Cameras

  • Nikon D610

  • Nikon D700

  • Nikon D7000

  • Nikon D7100

  • Nikon D7200

  • Nikon D750

  • Nikon D7500

  • Nikon D800

  • Nikon D800E

  • Nikon D810

  • Nikon D810A

  • Nikon D850

  • Nikon D90

  • Nikon Df

  • Nikon D3300

  • Nikon D3400

  • Nikon D3s

  • Nikon D4

  • Nikon D4s

  • Nikon D5

  • Nikon D500

  • Nikon D5000

  • Nikon D5100

  • Nikon D5200

  • Nikon D5300

  • Nikon D5500

  • Nikon D5600

  • Nikon D600

What is the Timelapse holy grail?

The Holy Grail of timelapse has been the pursuit of creating near perfect transition from day to night without much post editing. The VIEW can automatically ramp the exposure by analyzing the exposure value of each image and delivers perfect results for sunset, sunrise or milky-way captures. Automatic day-to-night and night-to-day or even 24 hours with no setup needed -- just press start!

The results are significantly better and smoother than the camera's aperture priority mode since by analyzing each image it can achieve proper exposure for the Milky Way even when ramping from noon sun, while at the same time ignoring sudden changes such as from headlights.

Setting up your Nikon Camera and the VIEW

 

D850 basic setup with the Timelapse+ VIEW.

This video runs through the basic settings on the camera and demonstrates using the electronic shutter.

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Demos

Here are a handful of demos we were developing the VIEW

This is a demo/test of the VIEW Intervalometer controlling the new Z 7. Unfortunately, it ended up completely cloudy and gray without any real hint of a sunrise, but I'm uploading it anyway here just as verification that it's working with the Z 7, which really seems it will be an awesome camera for time-lapse, along with the Z 6.
 

Nikon & VIEW Customer Showcase

Supported cameras

Timelapse+ VIEW has been proven to work with DSLR and mirrorless cameras from leading manufacturers. Select one to learn more.