That’s because there’s no money left for the electricity meter and the house is in total darkness.
Not trying to knock the Pocket Osmo one little bit - it looks really impressive - but for something like timelapse there are some superb phone apps.
Some write to images that it then stitches to video afterward, some write straight to video.
This was created on a really old Samsung SGS3 (so it definitely doesn’t need a lot of processing power!) using Framelapse Pro - direct to video.
… and, of course, many newer phones have it built into the camera app.
Even better if you use those on the phone with a osmo mobile 2
Tho I rarely use mine I was thinking of selling it but as you can buy them for about 100 quid might as well keep it
Errr - yes - that’s really where I was heading. An existing phone and the Mobile 2 is a lot cheaper than a Pocket.
That vid was just the phone on a sucker phone bracket on the windscreen.
Cheap at the mo does active track and all sorts thro dji go app
That’s really smooth!
I’ve got a turns pro I use with an A6000 to add motion to timelapses.
No disrespect to @GrahameRob, but can you imagine how cool that would be on a beach or other exotic location.
Wallsend is an exotic place
I certainly am!!!
I have friends in Byker who holiday there
Is that what has created the scrolling movement from left to right?
Wallsend is full of skinny lads wearing Nike air trainers, tracky bottoms, no shirt/vest carrying a can if Stella so it must be exotic
If you use it standalone you can have 2 movements. But if you connect it to your phone you have 4 movements then disconnect from the phone after programmed and just leave it for the duration of the timelapse.
You are not making this easy for the rest of us
Making it very hard to say no… indeed!
I have the DJI gimble for my phone, but this is a whole new level.