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Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.

  1. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    I know, right? In defence of the design, though, it's weighted to the bottom and there's a grippy rubber coating - so it's actually pretty stable. Can't blame me for thinking the bigger end went at the bottom, though!
     
  2. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    Been sitting on this one until the NDA expired:

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    Always fun getting the thermal camera out! I just wish there was room in the budget for me to upgrade to one of the higher-resolution models...
     
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  3. Fingers66

    Fingers66 Kiwi in London

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    Thats one hot chip!

    Glad this is out now, I am thinking of using one as the board in a NAS now that the SATA drive speed will be better, just have to wait for all the bits'n'pieces to fall into place.
     
  4. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    Nope. That would have been a breach of the NDA. I used one of the older Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+es for that.
     
  5. lord

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    Oh! Look amazing! Good job!
     
  6. stonedsurd

    stonedsurd Is a cackling Yuletide Belgian

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  7. stonedsurd

    stonedsurd Is a cackling Yuletide Belgian

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  9. veato

    veato I should be working

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    Was on holiday in Northumberland last week and had a go at getting the photo everyone seems to get of Bamburgh Castle from the beach. Stuck them in an album on Flickr.

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    Bamburgh Castle
    by Philip Veater, on Flickr
     
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    dynamis_dk Grr... Grumpy!!

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    Not a photo in the strict sense but a product of many photos so I'm sneaking it in. I haven't found a lot of time for playing with the camera in recent years so I've been trying out a few things I've have on my 'to mess with' list - timelapse work being one of them



    A very short time lapse out of my attic bedroom window. Ideally I'm looking to do some full sunset/rise work but I wanted to do something small to check its difficulty level... I'm fairly happy with the result for a first go. Canon EOS M with 22mm f/2 pancake, running Magic Lantern for interval. I'm looking at a Arduino based intervalometer possible too as my tinkering always goes better if its a solution to some problem :)

    ** feel free to loose the video if this thread is photo only **
     
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  11. veato

    veato I should be working

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    dynamis_dk Grr... Grumpy!!

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    For that test I ran shot every 8 sec which gave me around 400 shots to put back together at 25 fps with a number getting scrapped to even out things here and there.

    I can do unlimited shots and around 2 sec shortest interval when I'm running off mains power with the magic lantern software on the camera. I've part way down building a IR intervalometer for the EOS M as it doesn't have any support for a remote shutter release. My M50 has a timelapse movie mode but I like to play with the editing workflow myself to learn a few things so consider it cheating for now :)

    I've just come back from Sandy Bay down Devon and it would have made a great location for some sunset / rise work but being there with my kid and my sisters two kids I just couldn't put time aside for it sadly.
     
  13. David

    David Take my advice — I’m not using it.

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    Been playin' with my new toy

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    Was asked to do a few photographs for a Book Cover which is now published. Happy with the results.
     
  15. stonedsurd

    stonedsurd Is a cackling Yuletide Belgian

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    Very nice. is that heterochromia or just the lighting?
     
  16. WarrenJ

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    Just the lighting. I did think that when the images came out but can confirm his eyes are the same colour.
     
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    samkiller42 For i AM Cheesecake!!

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