Night Time time lapse. (1 Viewer)

Allanm

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I've been interested in doing these for a while and finally got round to having a go last night. I need to do a bit of refining with settings, but I'm pleased with this. Two films joined together, over 800 separate images makes 41 seconds of film....


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nice(y)

been meaning to try this myself...might have to tonight!!
 
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Fantastic, must try it with ours tonight as dark skies here with no nearby street lights.

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If you have a GoPro Hero 4, the settings I used for mine are, set to Night Lapse, 12mp wide, 30 second shutter, Interval Continuous, Spot-off, Protune-on, 800 iso, White Balance natural.
Mine was running for about 3 hours with a battery bacpac attached.
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that's excellent, any idea what the flash was in the trees on RHS at about 16 secs, at one point I could se individual frames then lost that, not sure how I got them or lost them

very impressive, great location with the trees

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The view is across the back garden. The flash at 16 seconds I think is one of the security lights ( we have all sorts of animals in and out of the garden that set them off) and at 23 seconds, top left was the Mother in Laws bedroom light.
 

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