Douglas MacAyeal is studying the impact of supraglacial lakes on ice-shelf stability on the McMurdo Ice Shelf in Antarctica (project number PLR-1443126) and has tested and will use Blink in his efforts. He sheds some light on this project and how he's landed on the right time lapse equipment for this project.
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Time lapse photography allows you to capture many hours or even years into a couple of minutes of video. But to get it right there are a number of key issues that need to be considered in planning your shoot. Don’t be afraid, it’s all common sense, we just want to help maximise your chances of time lapse success!
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Derrick Lytle is back with a beautiful season time lapse to show the transition from winter to spring in Zion National Park using our Blink time lapse controller, Solar Enclosure and GoPro HERO3+ camera.
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Back in October, we featured an in-progress construction time lapse of La Pedrera, in Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina submitted by CamDo customer and director/co-producer on the project, Gustavo L. Salgado. Salgado graciously reached out again to provide a complete time lapse video of the project. Check in out!

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GoPro's recent GoPro for a Cause film, The Seed Vault, highlights the Crop Trust: an organization that aims to secure the world's food supply, forever. The CamDo Solutions Time Lapse Intervalometer was used to illustrate the point of the potential for extinction of crop species by time lapsing the full decay of pieces of fruit. Read more about this important cause and watch the film & check out behind-the-scenes footage.
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Brett Eichenberger, Resonance Productions Director and Producer, recently used our Blink, our 6 Watt Solar Enclosure and a GoPro HERO4 camera to capture the completion of a beautiful mural on a building in downtown Portland, Oregon.  
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David Trood used Blink to create in-progress construction time lapse videos to supplement the amazing Experimentarium construction video we recently featured. A great idea for all construction time lapse projects.
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We show you how to use the CamDo Blink GoPro time lapse controller to interface control of the GoPro camera with a microcontroller such as an Arduino or ESP8266 (and others).

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A great feature of the CamDo Blink time lapse controller is the ability to automatically switch camera shooting modes between different sets of schedules. I put this time lapse feature to the test in a backcountry ski touring trip to the Waddington hut in the beautiful Lord of the Rings mountain range located just north of the Whistler/Blackcomb Ski resort in BC Canada.  
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Derrick Lytle, a freelance photographer from Utah, recently tested out Blink by shooting a time lapse video of some tulips blooming in his home studio witha GoPro HERO3+ camera.
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A nice feature of a short time lapse (interval1min) is that you get the feeling of movement due to the subjects (people, cars, etc) appearing in more than one frame. This effect can be heightened by adding a motion control rig to track at a slow rate while the camera is shooting. We show you how. 

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