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Old June 24th, 2006, 12:10 AM   #1
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Time Lapse with HD100 into a PC

Does anyone know how to use the HD100 to shoot timelapse images that can be recorded, or at least edited, on a PC? The Mac users have iStopMotion from Boinx. Anything like that for PC? I'm searching for software.
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Old June 24th, 2006, 02:24 PM   #2
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Does anyone know how to use the HD100 to shoot timelapse images that can be recorded, or at least edited, on a PC? The Mac users have iStopMotion from Boinx. Anything like that for PC? I'm searching for software.
Here's one - not sure if it controls HDV:
http://www.stopmotionpro.com/pros_1.htm
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:28 PM   #3
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Here's one - not sure if it controls HDV:
http://www.stopmotionpro.com/pros_1.htm

The site says it works for HD, at $595, but does not say which cameras it can "recognize." That compares with $285 for the SD version. Since they don't mention HDV as a separate category, I assume its in there with HD. It seems a little steep for a guy who just wants to do some occasional time lapse, but if its the only show in town....

Thanks for the reply and the link.
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The site says it works for HD, at $595, but does not say which cameras it can "recognize." That compares with $285 for the SD version. Since they don't mention HDV as a separate category, I assume its in there with HD. It seems a little steep for a guy who just wants to do some occasional time lapse, but if its the only show in town....

Thanks for the reply and the link.
I think if you google around for a while you might find cheaper alternatives. Of course digital still cameras are a really good way to go for time lapse work. High quality, low cost, batteries last a long time. That's worth testing.
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