I am testing out the camera mount from flitetest.com
It works pretty good for why I wanted it, which was to remove vibrations from the gopro and get it in front of the props. I had to mount it differently as the holes dont match up but I am really impressed with the quality and will totally be picking up some of their speed kits later.
Did a time lapse test today with the raspberry pi camera module.
2,300 pictures taken 1 second apart. About an hour down to 3 minutes.
I added the following line to /etc/rc.local
raspistill -w 1920 -h 1080 -q 100 -o myimage_%d.jpg -tl 1000 -t 3600000
This takes a 1920×1080, quality 100 jpg, every 1 second for 60 minutes.
I wanted to limit the amount of space used by the pictures as i am only using a 16g sd card. 1080 size comes out around 1meg a jpeg
When i started it back up at my desk i did a “killall -v raspistill” to stop the camera and used winscp to copy them to my windows computer.
Took the photos into Lightroom to clean up and then into after effects.
Song: Primavera by BrunoXe @ http://www.brunoxe.com/
i really need one of these camera mounts now.
A friend linked me to this pan tilt project on kickstarter. Pretty cool. Go check it out:
#Update and Upgrade your Raspberry PI
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get upgrade -y
#Plug in Camera directly to raspberry pi or into hub and check to see if it is detected
#install the Motion software. Motion Software Guide
- sudo apt-get install -y motion
#Find and change settings
- sudo nano /etc/motion.motion.conf
#Start Motion Service
- sudo service motion start
#Browse to the webpage on your pc to see the camera feed
#to access the pictures directly from your windows computer, use a program like WinSCP to ftp into /tmp/motion and copy the files to your desktop.
#example pictures taken with the default picture settings 320×240 jpgs. Around 15k per picture.