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Canon S110 Time Lapse Advice/Recommendations

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Re: Canon S110 Time Lapse Advice/Recommendations
« Reply #110 on: 30 / August / 2017, 03:30:50 »
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Another interesting think on your last run:
This is the first run which I have seen, were the Sensor Temperature goes first down and then up… even it is cold outside…
Did you have any Condensations problems?

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Re: Canon S110 Time Lapse Advice/Recommendations
« Reply #111 on: 30 / August / 2017, 23:04:01 »
Another interesting think on your last run:
This is the first run which I have seen, were the Sensor Temperature goes first down and then up… even it is cold outside…
Did you have any Condensations problems?

And more than 3000 shoots  :D


No condensation problems that I saw.  Definitely not in the lens or sensor.   The temperature was about 11C that morning.  I have done runs off my balcony in colder weather.  From experience of filming in winter here in Canada, going from warm to cold does not lead to condensation problems it is when you go from cold to warm that it becomes an issue.  We also don't deal with dew falling (when the ground/plants are wet in the morning) until the temperature falls to around around 5C.


I was using an external battery to run the camera.  It gives me about a 2 hour run if I want to go that long.

 

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