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Got the same idea but I'm lucky enough to take day off. I made some tests last Sunday and I will make a few adjustments Friday, but after gathering some more info on the net I will probably go for • Manual focus and manual settings • F between 7.1 and 9 • Speed 1/8000 or 1/6400 • Aperture 16mm (full format) • ISO 200 I'm interested in the landscape but ...


I'm not sure if it's what you are looking for because I don't quite understand your question, but have you looked at Triggertrap? http://triggertrap.com/products/apps/mobile/


i have also been using the CamDo timelapse controller with the battery eliminator arrangement. has worked well for me.


Nice idea. In a tour of Dr. Phil Mason's lair, he we see cameras indoors at windows, covered with a box and black cloth. This Video includes three time-lapse views in different directions. The weatherproofing enclosure is the house! Since the point is to show the analemma which has the sun move left and right, you do want to, expose at 24 hour ...


There are remote shutter release cords for most cameras fro less than US$10, and even inexpensive intervalometers, such as this for less than US$20:http://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Shutter-Release-Remote-Control/dp/B003Q9RERY/. You might want to do something more complex, though, such as taking the photo at exactly Noon each day, which is not precisely 24 ...

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