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I figured we needed a topic for this. I bought mine about 3 or 4 months ago, here's the video from milapse that started it all:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni89TBOTCUA

I made a post and a mounting bracket to fit my Bogen 3001 tripod and 3126 pan/tilt head:

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The base has a 3/8-24 thread instead of a tripod 3/8-16 thread unfortunately. I've had a few problems with the motor doing weird things, like in my 1st Multnomah Falls video on Vimeo the motor sped up and everything dropped about 10 degrees. I thought it was the weight of the camera but I also noticed the same thing panning left to right once. Other than that, I love it.

Matt Dolnik on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/user/mattdolnik) made an awesome calculator for this, check it out:
http://www.dolnik.ca/@home/misc/pancalc ... g-calc.swf

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I got mine going today with a $1.99 metal bracket and 5 drilled holes. Just a quick job so I could play with it. I played with my options.
My 40D with Tamron 17-50 2.8 with small ball head.
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Wifes XTI with big ballhead
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I think Im going to do somthing like andrew did with the post so I can use my good tripod.

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Cool, hopefully you wont have problems at extreme up and down angles. I forgot to add that Matt Dolnik came up with a hack for the vertical axis that lets you pan all 360 degrees, theres some tabs you cut off (I'm still afraid to do it to mine)

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If you pan 360 degrees on the vertical wouldn't you see the tripod for about 120 degrees?

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Nice parts you've created here guys, I didn't show mine close but it's a horrible adaptation about the old tripod. I will try to make it better !


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Nice adaptations!

If you guys have any specific questions I'll try to answer... I've got a lot to say about these rigs (obviously) and there will be some new developments in the near future... For the moment I've got to maintain my day job so my apologies for the teaser... I'll try to do a good write up on everything that has developed since the original 'how to' soon!


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Yeah, you don't really need 360 on the vertical but there could probably be times when you need a little more travel than the 90 you get now. I haven't quite seen the need yet and I don't want to screw mine up anyway.

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Andrew's 'adapter plate' with the 3/8" stud is a very smart solution as well so that you can just rotate a head to work with the 90d vert. limit. I've yet to take out the 'limiting tab' and haven't really found a situation where I wanted over 90d...


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I've had a few problems with the motor doing weird things, like in my 1st Multnomah Falls video on Vimeo the motor sped up and everything dropped about 10 degrees.


Did this happen with the button clamped down or were you using the 'set and disconnect' method? I've found that the 'set and disconnect' method can lead to the head 'freaking out'... It's like it goes on it's merry way for a while but may suddenly realize that it's brain is gone and run in circles! :lol:


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Milapse, I am glad to notice that you live practically next door ...

Thanks for the great work you display on the net. It is inspiring.

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Milapse, it happened while using clamps. The manual talks about calibrating the motor, I might try that sometime and see if it helps.

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Stew asked me about where I got my panning tripod and I went to get the link from Milapse's youtube and the links say they dont have it anymore.

Milapse , is Telescope Whare house not selling it anymore ?

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Judging from comments on the YouTube vid, it sounds like the price was raised, then stock was running low... I guess he probably ran out of stock. I haven't been able to find anyone else who just stocks the head yet...


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I live in a major metro area and I've seen several on craigslist, albeit with the telescopes included, so depending on where you live you might check there.

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I'm trying to carve out some free time to get my own supply off the ground!! It's looking like $250 from here out (I want to bundle the software with the hardware as well) . The deal originated in the last Meade generation I DS heads that Bill (telescope warehouse) bought out. The new gen (II) is definitely superior (I've had some time with it) and comes with the 497 controller (number buttons and serial communication ability).

I'm trying to keep up! My 'real job' is going nuts at the moment as well. I'm just starting a 120,000 SF library project at my firm.

I still need to pin down the user friendly aspect of the software and push for PDA compatibility! So much work to do... arrrg.


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That sucks, I wqas thinking about buying a second head to tear apart and use the motors to drive other stuff, like possibly zooming the lens. I'm clueless when it comes to motors, but the $100 price tag seemed like a steal for two low rpm motors with infinitely adjustable rpms. Somebody with the know-how should come up with a solution, I'd love to have a motor with just a few speed settings that would be comparable to the meade running on 8x at a ratio of anywhere between .5 and 2

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By the way

I had created a table that show the time needed to make rotation of 90°, 180°, 270°, 360° depending of selected rotation speed.

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I don't know if you are using your milapse only by selecting a speed and locking the button like that :

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Or maybe did you have another way to use it ?


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That funny because I'm using the exact same clamps the same way, only mine are a different color. I guess you can also hold down the button(s) and unplug the pendant and it will keep rotating, but I keep forgetting to try.

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I still am unable to find a good panning head anywhere. If anyone has any info for me on where to find one I would greatly appreciate it.

I have been looking for somewhere to buy the Generation II DS-2000 mount, but I can only find it with the telescopes.


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Stew wrote:
I still am unable to find a good panning head anywhere. If anyone has any info for me on where to find one I would greatly appreciate it.

I have been looking for somewhere to buy the Generation II DS-2000 mount, but I can only find it with the telescopes.


Stew, I wish I could help you out... If your willing to go up to $230 you can get the completely new 'DSM' mount (comes with the 497)... here is the Adorama link: http://www.adorama.com/MDDSM.html

I was thinking about becoming a meade 'dealer' and providing these mounts but once I jumped through all the hoops and got the bottom line on the margin I was quite discouraged to say the least... It's yet another story of the huge volume internet stores getting the best price and therefor they can undercut a little guy.


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Milapse, Thank you for your help.

I still have a few questions for you if you don't mind.

The link you provided me at http://www.adorama.com/MDDSM.html , is this the setup you would reccomend. Is this the Gen I or II series? I am leaning towards getting this.

I have found another setup at http://www.telescopes.com/telescopes/re ... nology.cfm This one comes with the new Gereration II DS-2000 mount, the telescope and the #494 Autostar Controller. This one is $350+taxes and shipping though. I dont really need the telescope so the $230 price tag is more in my reach.
Is there any major differences between the #494 controller and the #497? Anything else I should take into consideration?

Thank you I really appreciate your help.


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Stew wrote:
The link you provided me at http://www.adorama.com/MDDSM.html , is this the setup you would reccomend. Is this the Gen I or II series? I am leaning towards getting this.


That's the GEN II... I've been using a GEN II for a little while now and I think it's definitely more smooth/robust than the previous.

Stew wrote:
Is there any major differences between the #494 controller and the #497? Anything else I should take into consideration?


The major differences between the 494 and 497... the latter has a numeric pad (that makes data entry/ speed changes easier) and the 497 has the ability to interface with software via a serial connection.

If you do get that model please post some pictures of the bracket that comes with it! I'm very curious what the mount for the coronado scope looks like and if its an easy camera mate mod...


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Here's a good reason to cut the tab off that stops the top axis from moving 360 degrees:

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This is just a quick example, but I have used it to make some showcase videos of my girlfriend's sculptures.

http://www.vimeo.com/1150264

Andrew stated in my comments on Vimeo that he did not understand why it was necessary for 360 degrees on the top axis of the mount. Well, it isn't necessary, but out of convenience it can be handy. For me to use it in this manner I previously had to unattached the camera plate from the mount flip it and then screw it back on the mount, with 360 degrees there's no need for a screw driver. The 360 degree could be useful for making your camera do barrel rolls, which could prove to be some interesting video.

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Does anyone use the Milapse system for night shots? I have it but I really haven't used it yet except for testing.

Would putting it at 8x and 10-15 second shutterspeed blur the stars ?

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If I remember correctly this pan was at .1 on the ratio and 8x on the speed, exposures were 30 seconds:


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If I remember correctly this pan was at .1 on the ratio and 8x on the speed, exposures were 30 seconds:


You got it right... It's a balance of exposure and speed. The longer the exposure the slower you have to go! BTW I think you could have done that same thing set at 2X and the ratio around .7 but hey if it isn't broke dont fix it! ;-)

In theory your getting some blur but it comes down to perception IMHO. I've done a few 'extreme' tests where I found the slight motion blur is actually quite interesting. For ultimate sharpness you'll have to stop though. I could incorporate this feature into the software (that I never have time to work on) but I feel like I have to port it to PDA or something given the time power consumption of laptops that comes into play. Moreover I'd have to co-ordinate the shutter release with the motion software... eek.


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Thanks guys. I will have to try those settings .

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Andrew Curtis wrote:
If I remember correctly this pan was at .1 on the ratio and 8x on the speed, exposures were 30 seconds:


You got it right... It's a balance of exposure and speed. The longer the exposure the slower you have to go! BTW I think you could have done that same thing set at 2X and the ratio around .7 but hey if it isn't broke dont fix it! ;-)

In theory your getting some blur but it comes down to perception IMHO. I've done a few 'extreme' tests where I found the slight motion blur is actually quite interesting. For ultimate sharpness you'll have to stop though. I could incorporate this feature into the software (that I never have time to work on) but I feel like I have to port it to PDA or something given the time power consumption of laptops that comes into play. Moreover I'd have to co-ordinate the shutter release with the motion software... eek.


I'm still new to this and the set-ups everyone is using but from what it sounds like you guys are saying, the milapse head constantly moves, yes? So the movement for each axis (milapse i watched your vid) is programmed and then one holds down the buttons... right?

So the problem we face with long night exposures is "motion blur." But if the moco could pause during open shutter then it could at least eliminate the moco caused motion blur. Allowing for sharper more vibrant night time lapses. Do i have this right? But I guess longer exposures in between movement could introduce choppiness if the exposure were too long.

Does the Mumford turn table combat this?

I still haven't made a purchase of either an intervalometer or motion head (trying to figure out what is the best set up for a nikon d40). But as I learn more I am disappointed in the lack of camera control available. I would like to see more camera control based on programmed data (programmed curves for focus, lens length, aperture and exposure) even if a laptop is needed. Is any of this possible with nikons camera control 2? I guess lens length would be dependent on lens motors which my d40/nikkor18-200mm doesnt have.

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So the problem we face with long night exposures is "motion blur." But if the moco could pause during open shutter then it could at least eliminate the moco caused motion blur. Allowing for sharper more vibrant night time lapses. Do i have this right? But I guess longer exposures in between movement could introduce choppiness if the exposure were too long.

Does the Mumford turn table combat this?


the mumford table does address this as it moves the table before the shot - no motion durning shot.

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chrispinkus wrote:
So the problem we face with long night exposures is "motion blur." But if the moco could pause during open shutter then it could at least eliminate the moco caused motion blur. Allowing for sharper more vibrant night time lapses. Do i have this right? But I guess longer exposures in between movement could introduce choppiness if the exposure were too long.

Does the Mumford turn table combat this?


the mumford table does address this as it moves the table before the shot - no motion durning shot.

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Oh really? Interesting... but the Mumford is only a turn table? only spins? ( i forget the exact terms for each axis)

Milapse is basically a few hundred bucks.. how about the Mumford system? BTW is the mumford an all in one? is the time machine intervalometer fully integrated?

sorry if this is off topic guys...

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the mumford table does address this as it moves the table before the shot - no motion durning shot.

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Oh really? Interesting... but the Mumford is only a turn table? only spins? ( i forget the exact terms for each axis)

Milapse is basically a few hundred bucks.. how about the Mumford system? BTW is the mumford an all in one? is the time machine intervalometer fully integrated?

sorry if this is off topic guys...[/quote]

the mumford table is one axis - it can do pans or tilts just not both. the Mumford table works with the "time machine" intervalometer. The intervalometer controls the table - it is more expensive than the milapse system - however it is a fully intergrated system - both the intervalometer and table have software that works very nicely together - in fact the intervalometer has sensor input that allow you to do other things - check it out at bmumford.com - there is also another system made for timelapse or automatic panorama creation it is two axis and a whole lot more expensive ($11,500) - it's the PixORB system from PeaceRiverStudios.com


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chrispinkus wrote:
Does the Mumford turn table combat this?


The Meade can't hang with the Mumford and the price reflects it. The bottom line is that the Mumford is a stepper motor/intervalometer managed by a custom stand alone controller. The Meade system on the other hand is a servo motor 2-axis head with a speed regulator. If your interest is excellent celestial imagery of any type your motor/rig system has to be rock solid (aka around $1K) and preferably stepper driven.

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But I guess longer exposures in between movement could introduce choppiness if the exposure were too long.


It's a balancing act... longer exposure(or longer interval) = slower speed (or smaller angle of change) / faster exposure(or shorter interval) = 'ability' to go faster (or increase the angle of change). I've yet to see a comprehensive chart on this balance act.

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(trying to figure out what is the best set up for a nikon d40)


There are so many cameras that are better for timelapse... If you have your heart set on Nikon at least get a D70s or D80 and pick up a Chinese MC-36 Knockoff. Honestly I'd get a used Ricoh GR before I'd get a D40.


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Hey guys, I'm really excited about this forum. I have had some really good luck with my Milapse (by the way, thanks for putting all of the stuff together with telescope warehouse) setup. My only issue is that I stripped the main plastic panning gear. It seems pretty standard but I'm not really the best at the engineering aspects of these things. Has anyone had this same problem? Does Meade offer a warranty?


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My only issue is that I stripped the main plastic panning gear. It seems pretty standard but I'm not really the best at the engineering aspects of these things. Has anyone had this same problem? Does Meade offer a warranty?


How on earth did you do that? You mean the 4" or so diameter big toothed gear that rotates the base? Unfortunately I think that the telescope warehouse deal was overstock so probably no warranty... You never know though, they may be able to help you out with some parts and or repair.

The base has a 'clutch' of sorts via the big nut in the battery bay. It may just be too loose... I'm having a hard time thinking of a way you could strip that massive gear??


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Where can I get panning system like Milapse right now? Thanks.


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How on earth did you do that? You mean the 4" or so diameter big toothed gear that rotates the base? Unfortunately I think that the telescope warehouse deal was overstock so probably no warranty... You never know though, they may be able to help you out with some parts and or repair.

The base has a 'clutch' of sorts via the big nut in the battery bay. It may just be too loose... I'm having a hard time thinking of a way you could strip that massive gear??


haha, I have a way of being hard on things. Its been a while since I opened it up, but it seems like it was about an inch in diameter. Definitely not 4". And it is definitely stripped I could see it when I opened it.


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I know a few people wanted to rig thier dollys for timelapse, well if you have the Milpase rig you can Mac Guyver it to work.

I modified the up and down to do 360 degrees, then slapped on a soup can (later I will get a pully or something) and set it up to pull my dolly. This is just a proof of concept video.

The milapse rig was at max speed(what my 494 told me) and my cam was at about 3 second intervals. I just wanted to try to get something for some feedback for when I finalize it.

What do you guys think?


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Lucasberg wrote:
why is my video not working?



You forgot www in the address! I corrected it.

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What do you guys think?


Dude, awesome!

The next step is to put a stepping motor the zoom control on a zoom lens and try to coordinate that with the speed of the camera so that it zooms in as the camera moves back. I'm sure there's a proper name for that manouver, I've seen it quite a few time in movies, but I haven't seen it in timelapse per se.

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Dolly Shot: The camera moves forward or back on a truck or cart. This is different from a Zoom Shot. With a Dolly, the positions and size of the objects on screen do not remain consistent.

Zoom Shot: The camera is stationary but the movement of the lens brings objects closer or moves them farther away. With a zoom, the position and sizes of the objects on screen remain consistent.

So its called soemthing like a Dolly Zoom.

nice McGyvering you did there Lucas.

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My terminology is off but I think a forward/backward dolly shot is a truck and a sideways one is a dolly.


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