This looks awesome. Exactly the kind of thing I'm after. I love it's modular design.
Check out gadgetgangster.com for more info.
Sunday, August 30, 2009
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Tuesday, August 18, 2009
A friend of mine recently brought this product to my attention. It looks to be acceptional value for money at an introductory price of $999.99(I'm assuming it's USD) . We are both curious about the timelapse and repeatable motion capabilities on this unit. From what I can tell, it's just a remote control speed and direction pan tilt head.
I'm wondering if anyone reading this has bought one or knows any more. If nothing else I imagine you could modify it with your own stepper or servo motors based on your moco requirements. This is the best value for money unit I have seen so far. As always, your comments are welcome.
Check out this link for more details on the PT-2100
Saturday, August 8, 2009
Shutterdrone has done it again with another great tutorial. If you are into DIY timelapse photography then you can't go past this one. It's part of a fast growing body of knowledge on the open moco website. What is open moco? It's not to be confused with open moko(open source mobile phone platform). Openmoco.org is a website dedicated to DIY motion control.
This tutorial is not only an introduction to Inervalometers, but also a step by step guide on how to build your own with a few simple components.
For the full tutorial and more moco goodness visit the openmoco.org.