Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Power-management strategies, part of Shooting a Hyperlapse Time-Lapse Video.
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…Okay, let's talk about power management, which is going to…be one of our greatest challenges in a moving vehicle.…First off, we have three things to power…here today besides the behind the scenes video cameras.…I've got my micro four thirds camera here, maybe…your DSLR, your pro body, and this is connected.…And, one of the things I've made sure of,…is that I can access the power door here easily.…So, it's not obscured.…So, with a quick flick here, there's the battery door, and I…could pop that out, and put in new batteries, and, so I"m ready.…
I got all those batteries right here, up in the cup holder.…Now, I could get another power adapter to…run with this, but when shooting time lapse,…I'm going to be able to go for quite some time before I run out of battery power.…So, I feel pretty good.…On the other hand, the Go Pro is not…known for it's battery life with a small camera battery.…You'll notice I've used the Go Pro frame,…making it easier to leave the ports exposed.…Going to a USB cable and up over my head here, I'm…
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