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    Gingerbread with Family Time-lapse

    Enjoy, it is my first video 'finally' from the GH1.

    Shot over a number of hours (6+) on a cold snowy Saturday in December. We make gingerbread every year and for those who receive these wonderful cookies, I felt we should show how much we put into making them for our friends and family. Hopefully they will savor them just a smidge more when they see how much time it took to create them!


    http://vimeo.com/8448785

    Critique and comments welcome!
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    Very cool. I want to get into doing some of these time lapse videos. Is this in a video mode or a still mode? Do you set the camera to automatically take a shot at given intervals or are you doing it manually? Is there somewhere with a tutorial on this type of stuff?
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      #3
      Fun.

      May I ask about that 20mm lens? I can't seem to find much about it on google. Is it a c-mount? I'm not seeing any vignetting...
      Stuart Hooper

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        #4
        Timelapse was done in video mode and then 'quickened in the NLE Sony Vegas.

        The Schneider Cinegon 20mm F2 lens does not come up often on ebay, cost me about 275$ shipped from Japan. Buy it now price is usually 1k+. At 12 inches and at least 4lbs in arriflex mount it's not exactly point and shoot!

        Glad you have enjoyed the film and thanks for the comments. I never knew how much my cats ate and drank!

        IB
        GH13, Sound Devices 702, Schoeps CMC641, COS11d-BP Lav, FOCAL CMS40 Monitor, Rycote Softie, Audio Technica 1800 wireless system, 20mm f1.7, 14mm f2.5, 50mm f1.4 FD, 200m F2.8 FD, 4x4 filter set, Schneider .03 ND Grad, Schneider .9 ND Hard Grad, Schneider Polarizing Filter,

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