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02/10/2008 10:27:00 AM · #1
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I found this tutorial on the internet and would like to share it here.
02/10/2008 10:36:35 AM · #2
Whoa Nelly, that's pretty uber-haxor-733t. I plugged my camera into my laptop and used the Canon software to set an interval. Here's the video.

That's pretty cool if you have a calculator like that. A lot easier than lugging a laptop to a location.
02/10/2008 11:45:05 AM · #3
Well, damn I just sold a TI-85 that I've had here (with no use for) forever.
02/10/2008 12:29:06 PM · #4
really busted post...

Message edited by author 2008-02-10 22:54:03.
12/06/2009 06:17:09 PM · #5
I love resurrecting posts.

I recently did my first time lapse using Canon EOS Utils and the interval shooting option.
The utility is finicky and the laptop is a pain.

I was looking up Intervalometers on Google and that instructables page (from original post) came up and I was wowed.
So I dug up my old TI-86 but later found out I had to do some tweaking.

Here are the tweaking websites for the TI-86:

Explanation on how to splice the cable.

Expanded program for calculator.

Message edited by author 2009-12-06 18:17:54.
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