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    Go Pro Timelapse

    This is a timelapse of 3 1/2 hours at the 2012 Relay for Life held in Orange
    one image every minute

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubb_e...D75ItmsMFyHRM=
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    Iv'e been looking at Go Pros for sometime... What caused the blur on the right?

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    Not sure - sun flare ?? no rain at all..

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    How bizarre is the blur lol.............at times it looks like a smiley face
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    did you have the waterproof case on it? that's most likely what's causing the blur maybe condensation is appearing on the inside.
    Last edited by andrewvid; 21-04-2012 at 5:16pm.
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    Thanks Andrew - yes had the case on it - that explains it - much appreciated.

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    I use the back door with the holes in it to reduce the condensation effect or even better take the camera out of the case.The lens works better and you get a lot less lens flare,especially when it is cloudy and bright.Its hard to mount the bare camera but I use a piece of aluminium angle and rubber bands to secure the camera, or, I use a big clamp that they use on a clipboard etc with rubber in the jaws to protect the camera.Theclamp has a hole that the tripod screw goes through then you just use a 1/4 inch nut.
    Last edited by Feg; 25-04-2012 at 4:21pm.

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