Time-lapse tests

I ordered the cheapest intervalometer I could find on Amazon — the MC-36B — for $18.  It looks and feels as cheap as it is, but works fine.  The Canon brand is $170.

Below are the first couple of tests I did at home.  Changing light/exposure is clearly a challenge as you can see with the plant time-lapse.  I put in on one minute interval for a couple of hours.  I used Aperture priority setting so the exposure would adjust to change, but it looks funky.

The street time-lapse was on a 2 second interval on Manual exposure.

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