Cranky Dog Posted February 20, 2017 Share Posted February 20, 2017 (edited) Other notes: Burst mode is unlikely to be a good method, as most cameras will fill their buffers quickly and then slow down their burst rate. If you're using a 1DX or a D4S with a high-end memory card, this probably won't be a problem. (So for only $7K or so ....) Unless you insist on using RAW format, which is overkill IMO if it's to post on the web, burst mode will work. If you stick to JPEG (a much smaller file size), most camera buffers will be able to handle the task. Ok, got a clock machine. Left only the second tab. Glued a large Bones KS plastic base that fitted the now empty clock face perfectly. Its strength is soooo feeble it won't even cope with the base weight, won't move just like... shiver there. Shessh, I mean no harm to you, cheap chinese clock! Little chinese thing is sentient it seems, and clings to the battery I used to test it... can't remove it. It's alive and won't go into darkness again. I noticed on Amazon that there is such a thing as "high torque" clock mechanisms. The kind that is designed for grandfather type clocks with heavier/longer hands. Edited February 20, 2017 by Cranky Dog 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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