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Panned time-lapse using homemade pan - Duffield, Derbyshire and Friar gate, Derby. UK

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Uploaded on Jul 15, 2008

Best viewed at 480p fullscreen or better still for a High-Definition fullscreen version watch this on my Vimeo channel here :
http://www.vimeo.com/1345055
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I finally got around to trying out my home-made panned time-lapse setup. Quite pleased with the results, see what you think.
This is filmed with a cheap second hand £40 point and shoot Canon Ixus with a slight modification.

The first pan I filmed in a meadow next to the A6 in Duffield, Derbyshire. Opposite Duffield Hall. This is the field that normally has horned cows wandering around in it.

Map location :
http://www.tinyurl.com/6ltkdp

The second pan I filmed at the junction of Friar Gate/Ford Street and Stafford Street in Derby

Map Location :
http://www.tinyurl.com/5zexkp

Learning to create nice looking panned time-lapses looks like another learning curve. Making these takes a long time but I think the result is very cool looking and so much more rewarding than a normal time-lapse.
Both days I used this it was quite windy which is why the trees seem to shiver. I think it would look nicer on a still day.

For my info...
The settings I used for the first pan were
Az Ratio = 2.168, Speed x8
Filmed over an 18 min period
974 frames captured at 1.108 frames per second.
Quality : Normal, Size 1600x1200


Please comment if you like my video.

Cheers
Andy

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