This is a test to compare the quality of timelapse created with a Nikon D810 and a Canon 5D Mark 3. The method of capture was RAW sequences to preserve the highest possible quality for both cameras. The noise in the shadows of the 2 cameras when pushed up look totally different. Of course the problem with showing this on the web is that a lot of noise is hidden by web compression. This file is downloadable if you want to check out a slightly better version. This isn't a lens test its a signal to noise test between the 2 cameras.
These timelapse shots were taken while I was exploring the areas around Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic back in late September. Really enjoyed my time there and it was interesting visiting places that have been around for so long and seen so much history. Was shot using a Canon 5D Mark III and a bunch of Canon and Ziess lenses. Motion control gear was a Dynamic Perception Stage R Pan/Tilt head being controlled by a eMotimo controller in a 3D printed box. Shot in RAW 5.7K resolution and rendered out in 4K.
An experimental timelapse created for SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM, a crowdfunded quest to explore the effects and dangers of urban light pollution in contrast with some of the most incredible Dark Sky Preserves in North America. Visit the site for more!