Time lapse photography

What's happening with the Elysia Visuals timelapse controller

We announced the development and possible availability of our timelapse controller a while ago. Many of you have asked us what the current status is. The first prototype is behind us and we decided to totally redesign the controller. Many hardware and software bugs were ironed out in order to provide a stable controller that works well with both Nikon and Canon camera's. We do support USB control of the most popular camera's and we will add USB support for other camera's in the near future.

Dynamic Perception Graffik is in public Beta

We are happy to announce that the Dynamic Perception Graffik Motion Control has reached a public Beta phase. This is the official announcement as made by Dynamic Perception.

Dynamic Perception Graffik motion control software is available

Today we have great news! Dynamic Perception has made the long awaited Graffik software available on Github. This software can control 32 nanoMoco enabled stepper motors per USB bus. This will allow you to create the most complex multi-axis movements that you need. The software supports both real-time motion control and shoot-move-shoot timelapse photography.

This screen shows the Film Workflow screen, note it's a multi-track style editor which will allow for controlling any kind of MoCoBus-enabled device on the timeline.

Time-lapse Motion Control with Dynamic Perception - Demo Reel 1

This video clearly shows the possibilities of timelapse combined with motion control. The equipment that is used can be found in our online store.

Dynamic Perception AT2 controller announced

Dynamic Perception had launched their AT2 Motion Controller. The controller is in stock at ElysiaVisuals and available as of now.

The AT2 Motion Controller is designed to provide real-time control over two DC Motor Axes primarily for live video work, or for certain simple continuous motion time-lapse setups where an external intervalometer is used.

First test results of the ElysiaVisuals exposure ramper / timelapse controller

Here is the first test result of our upcoming timelapse controller. We did a ramping test where the camera is fully controlled via USB. This means that the camera is set to Manual by the controller. ISO and shutter speeds are also set by the controller. No manual intervention was needed. You just need to set the correct runtime parameters on the controller and you are good to go. The controller has a simulation mode which gives you very detailed information about the sequence that it will create. That way you can easily plan your timelapse sequence in advance.

How to charge the Dynamic Perception Portable 2700 mAh Battery Pack

We get a lot of questions from our customers about how the charge the Dynamic Perception 2700 mAh Portable Battery Pack. The Portable Power 2700mAh Lithium Ion Battery Pack provides enough juice to run your Stage Zero Dolly for about 10 hours, while being small/light enough to fit in your pocket! Comes with everything you need to start using it with the Stage Zero or MX2, no additional parts required.

New products at ElysiaVisuals.com

Dynamic Perception is working hard to introduce new products in 2013. Some of these great products have reached our on-line store today. We now have the Motor Quick Change System in stock. This system can be used on both the Stage Zero Slider and the Stage One Dolly. The Quick Change System can be used to easily remove or change the motor that is attached to your Dynamic Perception dolly system.

New products from Dynamic Perception

Dynamic Perception is on the move. They just released new products and they will release a lot more exciting products in 2013. All products will, of course, be available in our ElysiaVisuals store. Here is what is happening at Dynamic Perception

The eMotimo TB-3 pan/tilt head is now available at ElysiaVisuals

We are very happy and proud to announce that ElysiaVisuals has become an official eMotimo distributor. The prime product of eMotimo is the TB3 that works with your Digital SLR or video camera to create moving time lapse shots like those that are used heavily in Planet Earth and Frozen Planet. Take a 5 minute shot sequence with fast moving clouds, or a 6 hour shot through the night to see the stars fall across the horizon. You can create the types of shots that previously required equipment costing thousands of Euro's.

Pages