I am planning to take a bunch of photos for time-lapse and it is easiest for me to setup with my XT; however, it will definitely require a bunch of shutter actuations which would ultimately kill my ...
I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for intervalometers for a Nikon D90. The D90 lacks a remote port, so it has to be triggered either by USB or IR, which limits the 3rd party remotes it is ...
I own a Canon 550D, and I'm planning to do some time-lapse experiments this weekend just for fun. Will it cause any damage or reduce my DSLR's lifetime if I do too much of it?
I'm looking for a camera that has: Wide lens (28mm or wider) Time-Lapse (built-it or by using CHDK) External power socket and which can be found cheaply,perhaps in the second-hand market. The ...
I recently experimented with using the timer in my D300 for a longer car ride (the result can be seen here). That went fairly well, but one thing that bugged me was that the timer stopped taking ...
I've long been interested in astrophotography, and it was one of the primary reasons I purchased my Canon 450D about 15 months ago. I've been working on getting milky way shots for the last 6 months, ...
As I find the bulk of my DSLR too much of an inconvenience for most of my photography, I'm considering replacing it with a high-end compact (maybe a Lumix LX5). However, I'm getting intrigued by the ...
I own a Nikon D700, which has in-camera support for taking time-lapse photos, but I need advice on the easiest and best software solutions for processing the resulting heap of images. I accept that ...
How can timelapse sequences be shot without having in-camera support for it? Which third-party tools are recommended?