But i canÂ´t imagine a reason to use that in a time-lapsed movie . . . ok: a pathed move over a building, a landscape or so . . maybe.
geraldcor wrote:I'm a little bummed if I purchased the orion and I won't be able to do panning time lapses.
geraldcor wrote:Programmable exposure changing would be on the top of my list as well as far as camera control is concerned.
Have you ever seen Baraka?
That is the reason for panning time lapse photography
jeremyp wrote:We have the opportunity to capture full spherical time-lapse and pan with in that (in post) so in theory panning time-lapse is not required. Personally I like the idea of panning time-lapse, but this was discussed earlier
geraldcor wrote:I am very interested in using this for a timelapse. I purchased an orion because I initially thought papywizard would be able to control the movements for a panning timelapse. Maybe I am confused about it all. I just want to be able to move along the x and y axis and take a shot in between each movement. Isn't that what papywizard is already capable of?
I'm a little bummed if I purchased the orion and I won't be able to do panning time lapses.
jeremyp wrote:klausesser wrote:P.S.: did some global lighting resp. IBL using a hdr-probe in Cinema4D
Nice. Soon you'll be able to capture a spherical HDRI with Papywizard and use it to light a virtual scene in Cinema4D
geraldcor wrote:The presets are looking like the answer and actually are what brought me here in the first place. I think everything will be okay with a little bit of typing and simulation running. I just got a little scared by some of the discussions here, but I still think the orion mount will work for me whether I use papywizard or a microcontroller.
2 questions if I may (you all seem very willing to answer questions which makes me very happy and comfortable here). 1. As far as presets are concerned, do I just save a .xml file based on the format of the presets that have already been submitted? Oops Sorry. Just saw this on the users guide. Consider it answered
2. If I do go the microcontroller route, does the Orion head use Pulse width modulation like a regular servo or does it use different commands? I have searched around trying to figure this out but have come up with very little information. EDIT and you may consider this question obsolete because with the stabilization delay setting, and a manually created preset, I think I will be able to do what I want (at least according to the 3D simulations)
Thanks everyone for any help with this project. I will keep you updated on my progress.
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