30 Seconds Daily

30 Seconds Daily

So, I just realized that my Sony FDR-X3000 has a time-lapse function. Meh. After using it for years as an underwater camera, I just figured out a new use for it. This just shows how bad I am with gadgets. Again, meh.

I tested the time-lapse during our lunch time. It took 300 images to create a 30second video. I watched the video over and over again and even showed it to my colleagues in and out of the island. We had a good laugh at it.

And then came this idea of a mini-project – 30 Seconds Daily.

I will create 30-second time-lapse video everyday (hopefully) not only to share our lock down stories but with hopes that once I watch these videos years later once this pandemic is over, I will be reminded of the good (and not so good) times here on the island.

So here’s the first clip (and hopefully not the last ^__^).

The 30-second clips will be uploaded on my youtube channel so, please subscribe (shameless plug haha)!

 

9 responses to “30 Seconds Daily”

  1. I never had the courage to use mine as an underwater camera!! You are so brave šŸ˜ŠšŸ“ø

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    1. Ahaha, it’s meant for rough rides and underwater but I never knew it has other functions….

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  2. Ah cool!! I need one too actually for underwater šŸ˜…šŸ˜ Great that it has even more functions!

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  3. ilang minutes ito pag nag-run sa normal speed?

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    1. Hindi sya video eh…300 images…tas tag 0.1 second per image

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      1. ah galeng, akala ko yung mga video na ginawang 30 secs time lapse tapos ibi-breakdown nya sa 300 images šŸ˜€

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        1. walang video option ung camera ko….images lang hehehe

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  4. That is a good idea!

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