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Post Day to night timelapse help please
Hi I have a canon 7d and I want to do a day to night timelapse over a beach with clouds moving and maybe a sunset and then stars at night, wich is the best seting to shoot that? does anyome can help me please?


Wed Jul 07, 2010 1:33 pm
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Post Re: Day to night timelapse help please
viewtopic.php?f=40&t=1871

scroll down to "Time Lapse Holy Grail"
actually you may want to just read that whole page...


Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:35 pm
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Post Re: Day to night timelapse help please
Ok I allready read the article, but if I shoot everything set to manual witch iso setting I should use considering that I want to shoot a day to night timelapse. or apeture priority is a good way to do it.


Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:18 pm
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Post Re: Day to night timelapse help please
Basically it cannot be done in any automatic mode on the camera without inducing a lot of flickering and generally horrible looking picture.
Hence it being called the "Holy Grail" with all sorts of clever techniques being employed as described in that thread.

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Wed Jul 07, 2010 6:46 pm
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Post Re: Day to night timelapse help please
what about if I set everything to manual use a iso of 1000 and a nd filter for the part of the day?


Thu Jul 08, 2010 1:32 pm
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Post Re: Day to night timelapse help please
Read the 'ultimate faq'

You can just put r in greensquare and run gbdeflicker in post. May work perfectly may not... there are many variables outside the cam

One thing is for sure, if you try any auto settings make sure you cover the eyepiece... excess light will mess with the meter.


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