I got the new GoPro Hero2 last week and then I got really busy, isn't that always the way?
I will have a first thoughts review coming and a trickle of test videos soon.
I drove over to North Tampa Photography Saturday to pick up a used lens and figured it would be
a good drive to test the new Hero2 on my time lapse panning rig.
The interval was set to 1 frame every 2 seconds.
Here is the result.
What resolution do you use?ReplyDelete
The time lapse was created using stills from the GoPro Hero2 not video, so the resolution is a series of 11mp stills which could be better then 1080 but that was the resolution of my project.ReplyDelete
Thanks, I tried to use the stills, but hey are 4:3 and I wanted to used 16:9.. And was wondering if there was a way to take pictures 16:9 with my GoPro Hero2 (without using software to do that) :)ReplyDelete
Easy answer, no. I import the stills into a 16 by 9 project, the images are so wide that stretching them to 16 by 9 makes them "look" more normal. You could crop the 4 by3 images to 16 by 9 but you would loose much of the detail and "gopro" effect.ReplyDelete
Thanks! Will try with the software :) By the way witch software do you use?ReplyDelete
I use an old version of Avid, I will be upgrading soon, long overdue.ReplyDelete
i've done a few timelapses with my gopro but how do you do the pan with the timelapse??ReplyDelete