It has good FPS but I didn’t understand what happened at all…
I think 60 is waay overkill. I’d say take it down to 30 or 24, and this’ll be much better. Movements look good, but it’s like it’s on fast forward.
I’d agree with the others, the FPS is a bit too fast, but looks great all the same!
Hey this was just a test of what I could do at 60 FPS.
But I do agree, this stopmotion was way to jerky in its movements.
You should probably get a stand for your camera as this one seems to be a slightly off each shot which looks weird
No, I do have a camera stand, only problem is that I don’t have any real solid surfaces to put it on, only carpet, which my weight and movement shifts
Perhaps film on hardwood/tile then
The only tile in my house is in the kitchen and… bathroom. and on my desk but its way too small
You really should buy one. I use one, even that always the stop motion gets shaky
I have three camera stands! I really don’t need any more
OH SORRY!!! I read mistakenly " I do NOT have a camera stand " how could I read something like that!!! Forget about that…
It coulda helped if you took more images for the frames
I disagree, I think 60 fps is too little. You should go for 100 fps.
why stop there?
Only with infinite FPS can you truly capture movement in it’s purest form./s
@SonicBionicleMaster You could possibly make a desk work by using one angle and just switching around the items on camera to make it seem like the camera changed positions (assuming the desk is up against a blank wall and you can zoom in enough so that you can’t see the edges). Not the ideal solution, but it could work.
How many FPS?!? My good that’s a lot of FPS