Tag Archives: Canon Eos M

ITW Ultrafoil 15

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I saw this in use by Randy Anglin and promised myself I’d try one out when the oportunity arose. In prep for the OWLP workshop (which is stalled by rain again) I made a visit to my favorite kite store: … Continue reading

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A pattern of dyke, level and drain on Halvergate Marshes

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Take the train  from Norwich to Yarmouth and, as the railcar rattles its way from Acle towards the sea you pass along flatlands dotted with windmills, this is a windy place and the little train often rocks with the gust … Continue reading

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Small is beautiful: the Didak Explorer 16 at work.

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I had an hilarious session yesterday. The cloud lifted and I decided to see what I could do with the diminutive Explorer 16 and Tims new rig with the S95 as a trail run for what Kevin Lajolie calls a … Continue reading

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Tim’s ‘fly & forget’ rig

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After a lot of trial and error with a direct to servo mounting I opted for the Brooks method of pan drive for 3 reasons: compact design- the offset allows the pan servo to sit behind the camera landscape aspect … Continue reading

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After the diapointing A2300 the S95 shows promise

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I had hoped the modestly priced A2300 would do as a lightweight autoKAP mule but after a handful of flights found the cheap an cheerful approach lost its cheer as I grew weary of its splotchy image quality on 60m … Continue reading

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Intervalometer on Canon Eos M

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The Canon Eos M has 4 important characteristics for KAP: it is relatively cheap has an APSC size sensor is fairly light at 380g (less than the 534g Powershot G1x) an intervalometer is availabe for it This makes it the … Continue reading

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