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x-t20 timelapse question

Discussion in 'X-T2, X-T1, X-T20, X-T10' started by Kairos1107, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. Kairos1107

    Kairos1107 Member

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    Hello Fuji Forum.

    This is my first post. I am planning to buy x-t20.
    I am dedicated timelapse shooter and would like to switch from Canon system, which I ve been using for many years.

    My question:
    I know there is built in intervalometer. My only concern is, can I change the Shutter/ISO settings WHILE doing timelapse. So that intervalometer doesnt stop shooting. This is essential for my day to night timelapses.

    If not, is there available digital Intervalometer for x-t20 for doing timelases.

    Thank you folks;)

    Luka Kairos
     
  2. CerealKiller

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    Hi.

    Welcome to the forum.

    I don't have an X-T20 but I tried it with my XT-1 and yes I could change settings whilst the cameras intervalometer carried on shooting. Any links to your lapses, I love a time lapse video.......
     
  3. Kairos1107

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    Thanks CerealKiller.
    I have bought x-t20 and I am very impressed with this little machine.
    Cant wait to take it with me on a next hike to mountains.

    To further clarify my question and concern. Yes, I can shange shutter during timelapse with built in intervalometer,
    but I can't change ISO, because menu is not accessible while taking pictures with intervalometer function.

    But, luckily my old intervalometer with 2.5 jack input works just fine, so I can now start using this little gem.
    It is really packed with technology and so light. I also bought 35 f2.0 and samyang 12 f2.0 for astrotimelapses.
    35mm is so faboulus...:)

    Thanks for asking for a link to my timelapses. Here is one hyperlapse of my city Ljubljana, made with Canon 60D and Tokina 11-16mm.


    Luka Kairos
     
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    Wow! That is the best timelapse I've ever seen.
     
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    Thanks Dan Hillier:)
     
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    This is amazing, i didnt know this was posible, i want to learn this when i get my X-T20
     
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    Woah, that's some mad skills! Awesome!
     
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    Wow!!! This looks like two weeks worth of work condensed into a two minute video. What software do you use to align images?
     
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    Absolutely fantastic! Very well done.
     
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