Timelapse+ VIEW Intervalometer (preorder for August 2019 batch)

Timelapse+ VIEW Intervalometer (preorder for August 2019 batch)

from 399.00

NOTICE: This is a preorder for the next batch arriving and shipping in August 2019 (a more specific date will be known soon).

Intervalometer / Camera Controller, remote live view, real-time instant preview of time-lapse, fully automated day-to-night and night-to-day exposure ramping, wide temperature range, OLED color screen, motion integration, long-term/scheduled time-lapse, integrated battery (15+ hours, can also be powered externally via any USB power source).

Online Manual (en Español aquí)

Demo videos

Supported Cameras: Nikon, Canon, Sony Alpha, Panasonic GH3/4/5, G9, Fuji X-T1/2/3, GFX & Olympus OM-D. More details here.

Includes charging cable & USB cable for camera.

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Additional Info

Why GPS?

Good question! When I first added it as an option, it didn't do much, but I've been slowly adding features that leverage the GPS data. Here's a list of what the GPS provides at present:

  • adds geotagging metadata to XMP files for Lightroom

  • displays sun/moon data on the VIEW

  • enables automating exposure plans for solar eclipse circumstances, with precise timing for your exact location (https://www.timelapseplus.com/blog/2017/8/14/photographing-the-821-us-eclipse-using-the-timelapse-view-intervalometer)

  • allow using a pan/tilt system to automatically follow the sun (https://vimeo.com/232992080) or moon (https://vimeo.com/233253148)

Planned for the future is a GPS-based ramping algorithm for times when it's preferred to ramp according to the sun's position rather than the current perceived brightness. This would make sense in situations with motion control where the scene could be mostly dark for a time while the camera moves behind an object, but where you want to ramp according to the sky and not the appearance of the image.

Still, all GPS features can be enabled by manually inputting the time and location, so you don't actually need the GPS for anything, it's just more convenient. Also, if you don't get the GPS but change your mind in the future, you can add it yourself, as shown in this video: https://vimeo.com/207215189

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