Sunday, July 24, 2011

Ikea Cheap and Easy DIY Time Lapse Panning Unit Preview



Popular Science readers here is a link to my most recent blog post about the Ikea Project


http://www.getawaymoments.com/2012/04/popular-science-simple-project-of-month.html

and here is the original DIY bog post and video on how to do it yourself.

http://www.getawaymoments.com/2011/07/how-to-make-cheap-and-easy-ikea-time.html

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Here is the Ikea DIY video.



This is a teaser video not the full DIY video.



Just finished editing my latest DIY egg timer time lapse video.
Thought it would be fun to cut a quick preview.
I had a great time shooting the colorful Ikea kitchen
timers with a IGUS Drylin slider on loan from Chad over at Canon1dm4 on youtube.
Check out his review.

The preview and DIY were shot with a Canon 7D and an EF 50mm 1.4.
The full DIY will arrive soon, I must find my photos and parts list
for a complete and thorough blog post.

Stay tuned!

UPDATE: Here is the full blog post and the Popular Science update.



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3 comments:

  1. I'd love to see one timer do the turning of the camera while another pulls the first (by an attached piece of string) and the camera along a track, or even just a skateboard, for that full motion shot

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    1. Sounds like a fun idea. You should build it. Send me a link to the video when your done, DIY and results video would be cool.

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  2. Hi Larry, can you email me at tim AT narwhalcreative DOT com? I'd love to feature this trick in a magazine I work for.

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