This Hyperlapse Through Saigon Was Shot Handheld with the DJI Osmo

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Mar 312016
 

Time-lapse photographer Rufus Blackwell spent the last 2 months taking the DJI Osmo handheld stabilized camera around Saigon, Vietnam. The 3-minute video above is what resulted.

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“Because the camera is so steady, you can create hyperlapse sequences from shooting video, a completely new way of creating a moving timelapse,” Blackwell tells PetaPixel. “This allows you so much latitude in post, you can warp time. This was a highly experimental shoot, I was amazed by the results.”

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SteadXP Adds an Accelerometer to Any DSLR or GoPro for Better Image Stabilization

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Sep 062014
 

“Image stabilization is a tricky business. There are a plethora of ways to do it: optical image stabilization, algorithmic stabilization and, more recently, hybrid options that combine the best of analogue and digital input. A great example is Instagram’s new Hyperlapse app, which gathers data from the accelerometer built into your iPhone and uses that data to digitally correct for camera shake and give you smooth footage. And now, an upcoming product called SteadXP wants to do the same thing for your DSLR or GoPro.”

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Hyperlapse for the masses – Hyperlapse by Instagram by, Tim Fok

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Aug 302014
 

“Consumers and professionals alike are obsessed with fingertip technology, camera and grip equipment is getting smaller and lighter, and smartphones can do just about anything except cook us dinner (in the literal sense, plenty of culinary apps out there!)”

“Last year we were taken by storm by what seemed to be the next fad after time-lapse photography – Hyperlapse. Now, social media snappers Instagram have released a sister app that stabilizes video from your very own smartphone to create hyper lapses.”

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First-person Hyperlapse Videos, by Johannes Kopf

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Aug 182014
 

“We present a method for converting first-person videos, for example, captured with a helmet camera during activities such as rock climbing or bicycling, into hyperlapse videos: time-lapse videos with a smoothly moving camera.”

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