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Pep11 Registered since 05th Jan 2011Mon 24-Jan-11 02:39 AM
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"Test video with NikonD7000"


PR
          

Hi!
I recently received my new toy and commenced trying it and did this video posted at Youtube with a Nikkor Lens 10.5mm 2.8.
Hope you like it. I am relatively new in this forum, although have been using Nikon cameras for over 10 years, and for me it is the best.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hse6RzBy70

The following is another link for a time lapse sequence that also did recently.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ozceb-BkBFQ

Pedro

  

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Gamecocks Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jul 2010Mon 24-Jan-11 11:07 AM
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Joanna, US
          

Real "cool".

John

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Pep11 Registered since 05th Jan 2011Mon 24-Jan-11 11:29 AM
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PR
          

>Real "cool".
>
>John
Thanks

  

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waxart Registered since 16th Jan 2008Mon 24-Jan-11 03:04 PM
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Vallejo, US
          

Neat idea to put the camera in the fridge. What settings did you use? Did the remote work through the fridge door? Or did you start recording before the door was opened?

I thought you were unpacking a large clock in the time-lapse sequence! LOL

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Pep11 Registered since 05th Jan 2011Mon 24-Jan-11 04:44 PM
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PR
          

>Neat idea to put the camera in the fridge. What settings did
>you use? Did the remote work through the fridge door? Or did
>you start recording before the door was opened?
>
>I thought you were unpacking a large clock in the time-lapse
>sequence! LOL

I used the following manual settings:
shutter speed 60
aperture 4.0
iso 320

Really I did not thought about the remote control.
What I did was that commenced to record prior to closing the door.

I was unpacking a device called IRobot that is a vacum cleaner that you put on the floor and it runs all the area cleaning by itself.
It was a gift and it came broken. What we recorded was the unpacking of the replacement.

Thank you very much for your comments. Soon I will upload other tests made.

  

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BrianS Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Feb 2007Mon 24-Jan-11 09:47 PM
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Longmeadow, US
          

Cool idea!

I guess the light really does go out when you close the door..


www.BrianSullivanPhoto.com

  

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Pep11 Registered since 05th Jan 2011Mon 24-Jan-11 10:19 PM
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PR
          

>Cool idea!
>
>I guess the light really does go out when you close the
>door..
>
>
>www.BrianSullivanPhoto.com


Your are right, it goes on when the door opens and goes out when it close.

  

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