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    Default 8 hours in 15 seconds.

    I have never used the interval function on my cameras, so last night I did.

    Just a bit of fun. I think I will do some more.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/Films/speedsleep.wmv

    The camera recorded 0.5s every 30 seconds, then it was speeded up another 30x in the editor.
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    Tee hee...

    I thought I'd try something similar with my Nikon coolpix which can create a stop-frame movie taking one frame every thirty minutes. Set the camera on the wardrobe (didn't say anything to the missus) went to bed, lights out, thirty minutes later... FLASH.

    Ooops, forgot to take it off the auto settting... ho hum.

    I can see Mrs Zaskar was likewise unimpressed!

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    Am I the only saddo trying to stop the playback at the 'naughty' frame just to see what can't be seen?

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    Ha - excellent.

    As the film was so simple and vacuous almost I decided to add a little extra to see if anyone would spot it.

    Bert you get the top prize for perviness. and observation, that is only one frame, well spotted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    ... to see if anyone would spot it.....
    We all did. We are all pervs and tried to freeze frame it. (I guess)

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    guilty too

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    me too, great vid, what camera did you use for this?
    DUDE were's my car
    www.myspace.com/cheapdirt07

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    Hoho.

    Camera used was a lowly sony p4e in night shot mode with the IR leds illuminating the scene.

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