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Nikon D4 time lapse test

It looked like it was going to rain so I thought I would get some great cloud action.  This was shot through a window.  Set the camera to run at the defaults of 1 shot every 5 seconds and ran it for about an hour.  This was the second test.  A small aperture works best to prevent flicker from the aperture variations  of each shot.  Manual focus and manual exposure to achieve the light variations.  I changed the default from 30fps to 24fps to get more time from my storage media.  It’s so easy, the camera compiles the movie and it’s ready to go.

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