Occasionally there are once-in-a-lifetime projects in our local area we want to document. This was a nearly 100 year old hotel building in downtown Rochester, MN. Demolition work began ... before Christmas and we set a camera across the street with a capture every minute from 6am - 6pm. The camera ran for 42 days unattended and this is the awesome end result. For long term exterior time lapse capture the Brinno TLC200 Pro is a time-tested winner in all weather conditions and
This was an experiment for the TLC team. Sunday night’s eclipse, had to be captured. Why not see what the new Afidus camera could do. We weren’t expecting greatness with 35mm lens, but the results are intriguing. After compiling the footage, there is a lot going in this clip, let’s break it down, read on friends!
Opening click, Marie’s full moon, then moonrise with the Afidus. Captured every 20 seconds, star mode, highest quality. Transition to the eclipse, shot with my Afid
We are very excited to share this video with you. Ever since we first started working with the new Afidus camera the zoom and macro capabilities have been jaw dropping. Never before has content like this been so easy to capture with a single camera. Sure you could use a DSLR and macro lens, but this represents a week of work, thousands of shutter actuations, DSLR rigs are expensive and shutters wear out. Other time lapse cameras require pricy and difficult to focus optional l