This video demonstrates the setup and programming of a basic timelapse using the Spectrum ST4.
The Spectrum ST4 is designed to be driven around live! The first time you use it, you will find that it's faster, smoother, and quieter than any other comparable product on the market, or any of our previous products.
Setting up a programmed timelapse with the ST4 is simple. Start by moving the rig to the desired start point on all 4 axis and locking it in; repeat for the end point. You can then define parameters for interval, static time (amount of the time the rig stays still), number of frames, and ramp (smoothing for the start and end of the sequence), then select go. The spectrum ST4 triggers your camera and coordinates all motion from the brains in the main unit. Want more info about intervals, static time and camera shutter speeds, this article will explain it all with a graphic.
If you shoot timelapse already, this is about as basic as it gets. If you don’t, the video above demonstrates how quick and easy it is to set up a moving timelapse shot using eMotimo’s 4-axis, gaming-controller-driven flagship product, the Spectrum ST4. Don’t be fooled though; although eMotimo is known for it, timelapse just barely scratches the surface of the ST4's capabilities. The ST4 excels in live and recorded environments, enabling you with tools and techniques offered by no other product. Make sure you check out Spectrum ST4’s full capabilities