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Time Lapse Bicycle Ride - 13 miles in 1.5 minutes.

True time-lapse - 1 frame per second. Pause any part of the video to see a full-progressive frame - not a compressed frame with tons of artifacts - what happens when you speed up video. The camera was mounted to my bicycle's bars - so it was at times a bumpy - somewhat out of focus ride - it was an experiment. I think it mostly worked. Waiting for Microsoft to release its new hyperlapse software. It looks amazing.
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+1 on hyperlapse. I can't wait for it to come out!
Awesome time lapse. I too have heard of the hyperlapse, it looks unreal
you've got an awesome bike path there! I'm jealous! Looks like you had a good ride.
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