Use Time Lapse Function on K2 Slider

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to create a time-lapse photography using the Konova K2 slider and the motion controller system. The additional requirement for a time-lapse photography is the control of the camera shutter.

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Steps

  1. 1
    Connect the camera cable to the "Camera" port on the control box
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    Put the control box back in place on the opposite side of the motor and tighten the screw of the control box
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    Connect the other connector of the camera cable into the remote control terminal
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    It's on the left side of the camera.
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    Make sure that the cable lies on the front side, away from the motor
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    It will not get tangled up in the motor.
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  5. 5
    Now, choose "TIME LAPSE" on the controller by pressing the joystick
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    Then, choose "INTERVAL MOVE" by pressing the joystick
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    In "INTERVAL MOVE", you can choose for the controller to go left ("LF") or right ("RG") a certain number of millimeters
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    Let's leave it at "5" for this tutorial.
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    Move the joystick down to select "I Time"
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    This is the interval of time in seconds after the camera moves to a side.
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    Move the joystick up to select "T Frame"
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    This is the total number of frames to take before the camera stops.
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    Move the joystick down to select "< S T A R T >" by pushing the joystick
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    The camera will move 5 mm to the right to take a shot and then move another 5 mm to the right
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    The camera will reach the right end point.
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    Press "ESCAPE" on the controller and move the joystick up to choose "LF" by pushing the joystick
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    Then, let's move the joystick down to set the value to "1mm/F"
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    Push the joystick. In this case, the camera will move, but you can barely see it moving each time.
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  14. 14
    Move the joystick down to "I Time"
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    Move the joystick up to increase the value to "4s". Push the joystick.
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    Then, move the joystick down to "< S T A R T >" and push the joystick
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    The camera will move 1 millimeter to the left, focus, and take a shot. Then, the camera will repeat this process.
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That was how to use the time-lapse function on the Konova Smart Pan tilt controller. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thanks for watching VisiHow!

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