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GoPro Time Lapser

by PrintFail Feb 12, 2017
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Any possibility of adding a hex nut opening in the base for a 1/4 in hexnut for a tripod?

Did anyone else find the bearing very loose on the shaft?

I agree with you. I did a revision with snug fit on the bearing, a fillet on the shaft for improve strength and a better footprint for rough surfacrs.... but I lost the source code with everything...

This is a great idea helps the creative bug in me :)

if you place gopro in my city 8) and leave .. you cannot find it
you need make some big chain of steel connected to some rocks with sec turrets around

You are a genius! Amazing timelapses. Now I have a new project, make a motorised one with some spare nema17's and an arduino. You inspired me =D

Hello Bastien! Glad to hear this!

I'm already doing this. I used a super-cheap step motor (not NEMA), an arduino nano, a cheap OLED display and a joypad for settings.
If you like to contribute with codding and ideas, I can publish a new thing over here with all that I already have and we do togheter.
The code is 90% writen, everything is somewhat working already!

You are a genius! Amazing timelapses. Now I have a new project, make a motorised one with some spare nema17's and an arduino. You inspired me =D

Good Job !!!

I've do one similar :-) !!! Mine turn 360 degrees, but this is more functionally!!!

Grat ;-)

What egg timer did you actually use?

I used the cheapest one, exactly as the photo.

Where you get them? Even when i use the backwards image search from google i only find this thingiverse page here :D

Found in a local shop, but from what i've seen, most Kitchen timers use the same internals. I think most of timers sold in Aliexpress would fit.

Very cool. How do you speed up the video to turn the 1 hour of recording into ~20seconds?

I think all GoPro's from the 5 series have a built in video TimeLapse, so you do not need post editing.
If you have older GoPro, no worry. You can set the continuous photo-timer to take a photo every 5~20 seconds. Then you can edit it almost any video software, even in Windows Movie Maker. Just set to import the range of photos than save as a video.

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Thanks for the quote! Hope to see more movin' lapses around!

Just to clarify, I don't affiliate with them, I just read their page every day. I figured if I were featured on some website tech magazine, I'd be ecstatic to know it. So I figured you might be too.

I'll send to you my time lapse on YouTube

I've made this reduction gear because I didn't want to have the 360 degrees videos of the full timer. And for a rotation of just 90 degrees, 15 minutes were too short.

post a clip and movie

Just made one and posted.