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OSMO Time Lapse

Discussion in 'Osmo (Handheld Gimbal)' started by Kevin S Paluch, Dec 20, 2015.

  1. Kevin S Paluch

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    The best I can figure is that the OSMO battery is good for 40-45 minutes in time lapse mode. With that said many of the options last well beyond that time frame including options such as 5 hours long. The only way I can figure going beyond 40-45 minutes of time lapse is by merging multiple video's. Anyone have additional experiences which may help?

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  2. ChadAustin

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    I'm a bit late in my response, but I've been experimenting a lot with this.

    Try the interval photography mode. I do this and set my shutter at 1/500 (half second) and use a 10 second interval. Great for clouds.

    One thing- the OSMO is light-weight so on windy days it can mess with the desired stillness. If you can afford one of the better tripods (say $200+), look for one with an anchor in the top-center, under the attachment area. You can hang weights from these that really help stabilize the shot(s).
     
  3. SanCap

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    Get the Osmo battery extender and use one of the Inspire's batteries. You can probably go all day on a tb48, if not longer.

    Buy Osmo - External Battery Extender | DJI Store

    Buy Osmo - Battery (2 PIN) to DC Power Cable | DJI Store
     
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