1. Timelapse shoot with Cinetics Axis360

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    from Harith Samarawickrama / Added

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    This is my first test Timelapse shot with Cinetics Axis360 and I am really excited to showcase this video.

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    • Cinetics Axis360 Macro Pan/Slide Test Video

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      from Gordon Noble / Added

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      Cinetics Axis360 Macro Pan/Slide Test Video

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      • From Bright Angel Point, North Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona

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        from Dan Schmidt / Added

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        A 30 min duration panning time-lapse taken from near the end of Bright Angel Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. About 480 frames played back at 12 fps. 09 SEP 2014 Nikon 50mm f/1.4 MF (shot at f/8) on a Panasonic Lumix G3 Motion controlled by Axis360, Cinetics

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        • Night Timelapse

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          from CharlestownAV / Added

          Night Timelapse by Chris Thomas

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          • Cinetics Axis360 Test Video (Enhanced)

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            from Gordon Noble / Added

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            Music: Raindrops by Psychadelik Pedestrian (http://www.toucanmusic.co.uk/artists/artist.php?q=Psychadelik%20Pedestrian)

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            • How To Setup Axis360 Panorama

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              This video demonstrates how to set up a panorama with Axis360. You can find more information on Axis360 at www.cinetics.com Axis360 is a compact, motorized tripod head and slider for dynamic video and timelapse photography. Axis360 is compact and light weight, sets up easily, and is extremely versatile. It moves at a wide range of speeds, fluidly or incrementally, and works with most DSLR, mirrorless, and cinema cameras. Axis360 is available in a variety of combinations to suit your needs.

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              • Rooftop Timelapse testing out Cinetics Axis 360

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                from Andrew Yates / Added

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                Shooting from my rooftop in San Francisco.

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                • Cinetics Axis360: modular motion control for cameras

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                  Learn more here: http://cinetics.com/axis360/ and here: http://blog.cinetics.com/?p=431 Axis360 is a motion control system that rotates and slides a camera. Axis360 is compact and light weight, sets up easily, and is extremely versatile. It moves at a wide range of speeds, fluidly or incrementally, and works with most DSLR, mirrorless, and cinema cameras. Axis360 is available in a variety of combinations to suit your needs. Thank you for checking out our project, and to the following people and organizations that made Axis360 possible... CineSkates and CineMoco Kickstarter backers and Cinetics customers Ash Almonte, Larry Beckerman, Pat Bentley and the MIT Sloan School of Management, Mitch Bergsma, Joost Bonsen and the MIT Media Lab, Ruben Dario Cruz, Lou Desiderio and Scott Heath from Synergy Communications, Eric Esins, Miguel Faustino, Srully Ickowics, Reza Kashani, Karl McDonald, James Morgan, Dave Sherman, and our friends and family! Acknowledgements: Cameras: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 60D, Nikon D7000, Sony FS-700, GoPro, iPhone Lenses: Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II, Canon 15mm f/2.8 fisheye, Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon 24-105mm f/4, Nikon 50mm f/1.2, Sigma 35mm f/1.4, Lensbaby Composer Pro, Metabones EF to NEX Camera Support: Manfrotto 190CXPRO4, 701HDV, Benro / MeFoto A1350Q1T, Joby Ballhead X, SRP Tray, Lowepro Bags Sound: Did You Feel It and Time To Run by Dexter Britain, The Music Bed, Rode NTG2 Microphone, Zoom H4n Audio Recorder, Sony MDR-7506 Headphones Computer: Apple Final Cut Pro X, QuickTime Player 7, Macbook Pro, Magic Lantern, LRTimelapse 3, Dragonframe, Arduino,Adobe Photoshop, Bridge, Illustrator, Days Font by Alexander Kalachev, Western Digital Hard Discs, Transcend Memory Cards Patents pending for Cinetics products. Cinetics® reserves the rights to the Axis360™ and CineMoco™ names and logos. The CineMoco software is open source!

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                  • [test] timelapse in motion

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                    from adamus_w_adelus / Added

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                    QUICK AND DIRTY timelapse tests with axis360 (cinetics axis 360) done in and around munich/germany Canon 7D - Tokina 11-16mm no deflickr, only lightroom and quicktime Questions: - Is it possible to stop the pan and/or tilt and keep on the slide? Something like: 50 frames only slide, than start the pan/tilt for, lets say, 200 frames and than slide again for 50 frames. Or to keep on shooting pictures after the motion form start-keyframe to end-keyframe is done? - It would be look much better if there would be some seconds without the movement before and after the silde/pan/tilt. - Any tipps to get the horizon straight while paning/tilting? - Sometimes one controller runs the whole way (250frames) but the others only half the way (125). No idea why. But it will work when all controllers are resteted before and use the same settings (for ramping...)

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                    • 7 Evergreen

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                      from Sam Karney (Ice River Films) / Added

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                      A quick :10 second time lapse testing out the Cinetics Axis 360 for the first time. Canon 60D + Tokina 11-16

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