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Howdy partners and welcome back to Gal I
am here in Montana
hence the cowboy hat Sony sent me out
here for this awesome camera camp with
other creators
we've been testing different Sony gear
and last night I won the RX100 which I
have right here it's a pretty cool
little mirrorless compact camera and the
quality is pretty spectacular I've been
playing around with the menu settings
and it's a perfect scenery to do some
time-lapse footage so I thought it'd be
great to show you guys how you can use
the RX100 and the Syrp to create a cool
moving time-lapse so let's go ahead and
jump on it alright you guys so I have
the Syrp (Genie Mini II) right now on the Joby and I've
attached the Sony RX100 on top of it and
to add a little space I added on a
little kind of a accessory here that
separates the base of the Syrp between
RX100 because it's a point-and-shoot
camera the lens was actually touching
the base so they recommend putting
something in between like a ball head or
whatever you have to do that so you'll
want to make sure that you charge up the
Syrp with a USB first so now it's fully
charged you just turn it on like that
and be sure to get the right linking
cable so you can link it with whatever
camera you're working with so I have the
RX100 it's a Sony and it plugs in by
a USB so once that's all plugged in the
next thing to do is to connect it by
getting the app so you have this Syrp
Genie mini II app so I'm going to turn that on
and then you just want to make sure to
connect it so once it's connected this
is where you get a a bunch of different
settings so I'm going to choose from the
time-lapse setting and you can choose
from different presets I'm going to
choose clouds because right now we're in
a cloudy scene so I'm going to hit
clouds and then what I want to do is
choose a direction of the time-lapse so
I want to do a hundred and eighty
degrees so you can take this and you can
say oh I want it to go counterclockwise
or clockwise so I want this to go
counterclockwise I'm going to drag it
all the way to 180 degrees like so and
then you can choose the interval in the
recording time so I'm going to choose
the interval to be five seconds I
that's good and then you can choose a
record time so we can adjust this let's
say we only want to shoot for 30 minutes
so it'll it'll tell you how long the
play time will be so it's we're gonna be
shooting for 30 minutes we're gonna take
a shot every five seconds and then once
the time lapse is done it'll be a total
of 12 seconds long so then turn on the
camera here like so make sure your
settings are good first I'm going to
adjust it out of f-stop of seven and
then on this app all we're going to do
is hit record so after you hit the
record now this camera is going to be
moving because the Syrp will shift over
this 30 minute duration and take a photo
every 5 seconds and once it's done we'll
be able to see the final effect so it's
going to slowly move 180 degrees around
this beautiful lake so hopefully it
turns out and we'll see in about 30
all right we're here at the National
Galcier Park it is so beautiful here we
had to do some more time-lapse this time
I'm using the Sony A7 III on the
Gennie it's the same setup the same
connection just a little bit heavier of
a camera and a full-frame sensor so
we're gonna do a little hundred and
twenty degree time-lapse of this water
here controlling it with the app on my
phone and then we'll see how it looks
I also wanted to tell you guys this
video was recorded with the Comica
lavalier microphone set it's pretty cool
it's new I've never used Comica before
but we used in this video to test it out
and it worked great you can use it with
your smartphone or your DSLR and what I
really like about it is that it's super
lightweight and it takes three Triple AAA
batteries I mean you can have two lavalier
recording at once so if you guys
are interested in checking it out I'll
put a link in the description box below
alright now that we're done shooting
what we need to do is turn all of that
sequence of photos into one continuous
moving picture into a video so let's
jump into Premiere Pro and I'll look of you
guys a little tutorial on how to do that
so once you're back in your computer
take all of your photos that you took
during the timelapse and put it into
one folder and be sure to remove any
photos out of that sequence that you do
not want included so once you create a
folder then you're gonna go back to
Premiere and go up to file then import
and then from here you're gonna go into
that folder you're just going to select
the first photo of the sequence then
click on options then make sure to
select image sequence and then hit
import and this is where you can rename
it so let's just call it Flathead Lake
timelapse and Premiere Pro defaults to
29.97 frames per second if you're
working in a 24 frames per second
sequence you're going to want to update
that so you're going to ctrl click on
this and go to modify interpret footage
and then change this to assume this
frame rate and then just type in 24
frames per second and hit OK and then
what we can do is create a new sequence
and we can make it
let's say digital SLR 1080p 24 frames
per second and hit OK
and then we can just drag and drop this
flathead lake sequence keep the existing
settings and then as we scrub through we
can see all of the images together but
we need to zoom out because the framing
is not correct so over here we're just
gonna scale this back like so until it
looks good and it's a little bit crooked
here so I'm going to - 3 - the rotation
just so it looks good and then what we
can do is just render in and out and
after it's done rendering we can play it
back to see how it works
all right you guys that's it to creating
a timelapse with Sony RX100 in the Syrp
once again the links are in my
description box below to both the
products if you guys want to check it
out if you guys have any questions about
anything that I covered don't be shy and
be sure to leave a comment below and if
you guys like this format of me doing
tutorial hands-on with cameras be sure
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this is the type of video that you guys
like so that's it and I will see you
guys next time bye

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