Apparently iPhone 3GS Time Lapse Footage Can Be Pretty Phenomenal
Jul 07, 2009 12:36
The iPhone 3GS's video quality may not be all that impressive, but its 3MP stills can apparently capture some incredible time lapse photography provided you seek a suitably inspiring landscape.
Using TimeLapse, available for $2 in the App Store, along with a Gorillapod GoGo, available for $30, one iPhone user shot mountain cloud footage that's worthy of the Discovery Channel (standard def broadcast).
The quality is so good that I figured the reflection you can see in the clip revealed that the footage was phone—a mere camera aimed at a TV screen. But upon further examination, it looks to be an iPhone with the GoGo tripod mount reflecting in a window. [via BENM]
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