Timelapse is a very popular technique, but things have come a long way from static shots of old. This week Simon Chmiewliski takes a look at the Syrp Genie and Genie Mini motion control devices, and see's how it can help you obtain even more impressive timelapse shots.
26 Jan 2018
Bringing motion to timelapse - Syrp Genie & Genie Mini Kit Review
- Written by RedShark News Staff
In this weeks video Simon Chmiewliski from OnBrand Films reviews his experience when using the Syrp Genie and Genie Mini on a timelapse shoot.
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