Awesome tips!!!! Now just to get the Nikon D7200 one day 🙂
yeah,no flicker,BULLSHIT,how much did the adobe after effects flicker free cost?because that's what you used,in-camera "exposure smoothing,had absolutely NO effect on the flicker of for example a sunrise I filmed,even though the only auto settings was the A mode and auto ISO,it still had a lot of flicker.Cant a fucking company be honest just for once? for fuck sake
I followed this video exactly, with a Nikon D7200, timelapse photography mode, Aperture Priority, Auto ISO, Active D Lighting Off, Vignette Control off Exposure Smoothing On everything mentioned in the video, photographed a sunrise today…bad flickering in final video, I don't understand how you could get a non flickering video using Auto ISO, surely the camera will adjust the ISO between shots, tried again with a set ISO and no flickering seen in final video, does Exposure Smoothing do anything ??
Don't misunderstand me, the D7200 kicks arse, just a bit disappointed with this particular video.
Really cool 🔥🔥
Corey – probably shouldn't say "guys like us"…women are photographers too.
this showed nothing about the timer settings lol and Nikon gives this fool cameras??
Why don't you use videos time lapse interval on the Video Icon setting that build in the d7200? I can see you using the Camera Icon setting the interval timer shooting.
Download the user's guide:-> http://manualesytutoriales.com/manual-nikon-d7100-pdf-espanol/ (ES)-> http://manualsandtutorials.com/manual-nikon-d7100-pdf/ (EN)
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What color grading did you use in this video? Thanks
hello Cory I am a photographer of the glaciers national park. I'm here to see tutorials to learn how to use time laps and I just found this video!nothing better than the same place where I'm going to do it !!!Thank you so much I hope I can do it!
Going to try 1 st experiment with sunrise time lapse with my new D. Wish me luck..because I think something wonderful is gonna happen
Hi I've got same idea, where can I buy the suction mount?
The in-built timelapse mode consumes a lot of battery, is the auto interval mode any better in this sense? I can't leave the timelapse going for all the hours I want because of the battery
how long am i able to shoot a time lapse on average say in the night with a original Nikon battery and 3s interval on a D7200? i know an exact number is hard to tell but an estimated would be much appreciated.
How to get this function in 7100
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