A simple 'hyperlapse' test, done without a tripod or a timer remote. I used Sydney Harbour Bridge's fencing uprights as a guide, lining up a single point on the opera house with a fixed point in the camera's view. The result had a *lot* of unwanted rotation between frames so I used some stabilisation software (VirtualDub DeShaker - it's free) to correct for it. It's still not perfect, mainly because of the rotational jitter..
More stuff on this at labjg.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/hyperlapse-photography-test/
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