Ricoh Theta: Create your own Time-Lapse thanks to the free application Theta ActionPlus+

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A free application is available on Google Play named Theta ActionPlus+. This application allows Ricoh Theta camera to use interval shutter-release (Time-Lapse) and action shutter-release function. In other word, when you jump or turn motion with a smart phone, the Theta Camera’s remote-shutter is pushed automatically.

Here is a great result made by Mohammed Attef:


What is Ricoh Theta?

Ricoh Theta is a 360 Degree spherical panoramic camera. It has 2 fisheye lenses combined in order to shoot 360 images with one trigger. It weighs 95 grams only. Ricoh Theta App allows to control the camera from your smartphone (Android, iPhone). You can simply take pictures at the precise moment you choose. Learn more about Ricoh Theta camera.

  • Phil | May 22, 2014 at 1 h 42 min

    We did a timelapse with the Theta for their product launch.

  • Andy M | Jul 10, 2014 at 20 h 49 min

    Thanks guys. Was really infuriating it wasn’t in the standard software, especially as there was the timelapse (mentioned by Phil) on their site! It seems such a simple and obvious feature to have included. Anyway, we ended up opening up our camera and using an external intervalometer. The problem we have now is that we can only go as long as one charge as when you power the camera via the USB socket, it won’t take images. Does anyone have a way around this?

    Phil – how did you shoot your timelapse?



  • Rob | Jul 17, 2014 at 7 h 15 min

    One problem, this app is only for Andriod users.
    Could someone make this for the iPhone?

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