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XXXp>OC Coastal Properties just added a new tool to their inventory. It is a high megapixel DSLR with all the latest bells, whistles and a 19mm, f/4 Perspective Correction lens specifically for architecture photography.XXX/p>
XXXp>So, we decided to try out the video capability recently in the Newport Center office complex in Newport Beach. It was a windy day with fast moving clouds which I thought would play nicely on one of the mostly glass reflective buildings located on the North side of the Newport Center campus.XXX/p>
XXXp>After fiddling my way through all the buttons, knobs and settings, I was able to capture the above time lapse movie of the passing clouds. The movie was taken over a 28 minute period with one photograph taken each second. The exposure for each image in the sequence was 1/1000 sec, ISO 400, f/7.1 using the electronic shutter so that there would be no motion blur in the image. The movie can be played back in the following resolutions: 4K(2160p), HD(1080p), HD(720p).XXX/p>
XXXp>This exercise was in anticipation of taking a time lapse movie of a Newport Beach oceanfront home demolition which one of my clients is having done in the process of building a new oceanfront home. If the movie turns out well, it will also be posted to this blog.XXX/p>
What are your thoughts?