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Short clip of a full day timelapse using the Canon 30D digital SLR camera with a Sigma 10-20mm lens attached.
A timelapse taken from my apartment window during one of the fall months in Yellowknife, NT, Canada.
Timelapse sunset from my back yard. 2 hours compressed into 20 secods. Watch for the jet contrails and the moon at the very end.
Timelapse sequence of clouds and sunsets
Nightvision timelapse of Ant Lions at work building their pit traps. They're suprisingly busy creatures.
A Day Dubai Jumairah Beach While Shooting a Timelapse for Burj Al-Arab Hotel
Timelapse of a really tasty popsicle
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Review By WiredBlogs - Monday, 11 September 2006
Time-Lapse Popsicle Melt
If there's one thing better than backwards video, it's backwards time-lapse video. And if there's anything better than backwards time-lapse video, it's backwards time-lapse video set to funky bow-chicka music. So a backwards, time-lapse, bow-chicka video of a popsicle un-melting then re-melting, is pretty darn awesome, considering it's just a popsicle.
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Gallery of motorized time lapse shooting in colorado, utah and california USA.
DEMO: Gallery of motorized time lapse shooting by Fluid Video Crew's
A mixture of time lapse and slow motion as a race track guide chimes in about her love for Pimlico Race Course, where horse racing legends like Seabiscuit, Man of War, and Secretariat made track history and became legends. Taken with the Panasonic HVX200, with additional timelapse sing Nikon D2Xs and D2Hs cameras.
This video gives a timelapse view of the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield changing from an ice rink to a basketball court.
"Winter Sunset" is beautiful timelapse clip that was shot in Juva, Finland on 6th March, 2007. Clip is composed from over 2400 still images.
Timelapse of takeoff flight above storms, and landing from a great sunset, to awesome storms, and colorful streaks of light. Much of the lightning, save for the still frame-grabs, were timelapse, as well as both takeoff and landing. All captured on the Lumix TZ3.
My daughter and I at our neighborhood pool....see *******timsdd-timelapse.blogspot****/ for the full drop.