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Dinarius

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Shooting Time Lapse Video on a Canon 5D Mk IV
« on: April 20, 2017, 06:17:53 AM »

My understanding of shooting time lapse on a 5D Mk IV is that there are two options.

1. Photo Mode/Interval Timer - essentially shooting hundreds of individual pics and stitching them together later.

and..

2. Time Lapse

a. Any general advice on settings (frame rates etc.) for either of these?
b. If I opt for option 1., can I shoot RAW and convert later? If so, is there anything to be gained by doing so?
c. Any advice on issues such as powering the camera, battery life, etc.?
d. What are the relative advantages/disadvantages of 1. and 2.?
e. Anything else?

Thanks.

D.
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