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 Hyper lapse automatial leveling equipment 
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Post Hyper lapse automatial leveling equipment
Hey guys
I am trying to make a hyper lapse, but i found it hard to level the camera each time i moved the tripod. Is there any motorized equipment that can level the camera automatocally everytime i move the tripod? I am looking forward to your advice, thx a lot!


Tue Mar 03, 2015 11:49 pm
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Post Re: Hyper lapse automatial leveling equipment
People have been talking about possibly using the gyro motorized gimbals that are normally used to stabilize cameras on quadcopters. Not sure if anyone has done this yet though.

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Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:59 am
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Post Re: Hyper lapse automatial leveling equipment
I have kicked around a few designs for that idea, but honestly i think if you use the warp stabilizer in adobe it would correct most variations wouldnt it?

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Wed Mar 04, 2015 9:52 am
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Post Re: Hyper lapse automatial leveling equipment
Some of the stuff pros use to stabilize cameras. Check out the truck about halfway through.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3njNdd1cgo


Sat Mar 07, 2015 7:54 am
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Post Re: Hyper lapse automatial leveling equipment
I have a 2 axis gimbal on the way from CameTV for this very problem. will test and share results. I converted a steady cam using the pendulem effect and dampened the movement using a Jello like solution. It worked but was kind of messy. There are times when the move has to be captured stabile in camera. No amount of stabilizaion will work in post. The technolgy is there for a head that does just this and doesn't cost $4k!! somebody step up already!


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