The GoPro Hero 4 Time Lapse feature is pretty cool.
I did a 60 second time lapse of us building our tent at Oldbury Hill campsite in Kent over the weekend.
It is quite a cool feature. I placed the GoPro Hero 4 Silver onto a tripod. Surprisingly it does not use a lot of space at all because all it is doing is taking one photo at time every 60 seconds.
Then a I did a 30 second time lapse of us pulling the tent down.
The GoPro Studio is quite clever in that it recognizes the photos as a time lapse sequence without the need for me to add them, thus saving some time. It didn’t take long at all to make the above videos. I could have added sound and more text but for the short video there was need.
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