Test Shot/Video of a long exposure hyperlapse/dronelapse w/ p4p

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Can this be done with the advanced? How?
This helped me out a lot:
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You can do this with any set of photos. Yes, your phantom is 100% capable. Night shots are a little more noisy on the phantom 3, but it'll still do. You have to set your iso to 100, then the exposure time to about 1' second or less depending on your situation. Then shoot every second or every other second. That did it for me.
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If you can, shoot at the lowest iso as possible while keeping your EV near 0.0
 
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AWESOME, Loved it, especially at night,

questions..

was it stills or video?

what settings for camera for night time?

cheers

Darren
 

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