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    Erik, I need you to take me to school!
    Very nice!
    "Our arrows will block out the sun!"
    "Fool, we have HMIs!"


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    I need to shoot time lapse (interval recording) over a 20 hour period. How do I adjust the f-stop for exposure during the day and night? Does the camera automatically take care of this? I am using a Canon Zoom lens.


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    No, the camera will not automatically change the aperture of a Canon lens.


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    Thanks, that helps. By the way, would a Panasonic lens adjust the aperture? Or am I making this into too much of a big project. Is it not best to adjust manually since I am shooting 1 frame every 10 seconds?


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    A native m43 lens will automatically adjust the aperture if you tell the camera to go into auto-iris mode. So yes, a Panasonic (or Olympus or any other m43 lens) will do so -- unless it's a manual-only lens, like the Voigtlanders; they of course can't automatically adjust iris.


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    I shot this timelapse when I was in Mexico for a wedding. I just let it record the whole time as I wanted some "proper" footage recorded as well for the shot I planned. This was over an hour and a half, battery and card weren't even half used:



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    Hey Erik just wondering what settings you used on the gh2? I've been using the af100 but cant get a satisfactory streaking effect with the headlights, so feel probably best to go with the gh1 i own....


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonT View Post
    Does the battery hold out longer than if you were doing video? Just curious, really.

    Sadly not


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    Quote Originally Posted by taras4444 View Post
    Hey Erik just wondering what settings you used on the gh2? I've been using the af100 but cant get a satisfactory streaking effect with the headlights, so feel probably best to go with the gh1 i own....
    I believe if you change the shutter you should be able to achieve the streaking lights look you are going for. I haven't tried it yet as most of the timelapses I have shot for work have been of buildings with clouds...really exciting....but it pays the bills.


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    Quote Originally Posted by groveChuck View Post
    In Video Cam you can go down to 1/2 sec- that's the slowest you can get for streaking lights, etc.

    I shot this at Interval 1 fps
    Shutter 1/2 second

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