So, while debating the intervalometer cost implications for my SLR – I decided to give the Canon CHDK a run for its money.  After downloading the CHDK for the A590 and making sure it didn’t break the camera I went out in search of an intervalometer script.  I think it’s a VB script, but can’t be sure…nevertheless the results were kind of fun!

I tried to include as much info in the teaser as possible, but if anyone has questions on how I did all this, feel free to share your questions (or feedback if you prefer) in the comments or vial email!  Here’s a dry run of my daily commute home (if only the real time commute went that fast!):

Happy shooting!  If you have your own time lapse productions, feel free to link them in the comments too!  See you back here again tomorrow… 🙂

5 thoughts on “CHDK is Cool!

    1. That explains the minature look of your airstream on the blog! 🙂 Cool video too, tks! 🙂

  1. I use the Canon TC-80N3 which I have owned for years, with either a EOS 5D Mk II or 50D. You can see an example on my blog

    http://ianpack.blogspot.com/2010/03/making-time-lapse-movie.html

    – best to click through to Youtube as the embedded movies are cropped for some reason.

    Compiling the still frames is relatively easy with Photoshopâ„¢. I then edit with iMovie. Don’t forget to record a separate sound track as this will add both realism and depth to your movie.
    .-= Ian Pack´s last blog ..Bluebell Woods =-.

    1. That’s what I am looking at – either the TC-80N3 or the Optek (generic) equivalent for like half the price….

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