If you are reading this site for any amount of time, you you know that we are big fans of adding movement to time lapses. I mean static timelapses are so 2014 🙂
UPDATE: the giveaway has ended and a winner picked. Please see bottom of post for details. Huge thanks to SYRP for the prize and huge thanks to everyone for playing.
If you want movement but still cant setup a big rig, the Genie mini is the perfect solution for you, and we are giving one away!
The Mini is a small rotating plate that can easily fit in your bag. When you are ready to take a time lapse just pop it on a tripod, set the rotation parameters with a phone app and tell it to start. And you can win one by entering below (street value is $249.00). There is a cool demo over here. But we are also giving a bonus: a SYRP Ballhead ($109.95). How cool is that. All you have to do is enter below:
(we will choose a random winner at June 20th)
About The Mini:
- The Genie Mini is compatible with 100s of different cameras including DSLRs, Mirror-less cameras and video cameras.
- HDR: The Genie mini enables beautiful HDR time-lapse, giving your footage a stand-out effect by allowing for greater dynamic range in your final video.
- Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy – to Syrp App (iOS, Android)
- USB – Charging Camera Port – 2.5mm
- Mount Type: 1/4-20 On top 3/8-20 On bottom Included 1/4″ to 3/8″ adapter
About The SYRP ballhead
- Lightweight ballhead
- Quick release plate
- Perfect match for the Syrp Genie
- 3/8 UNC thread on the base
- 2 x Bubble levels
Even more cool photos
Go and check the rest of SYRP’s stuff – it is really awesome!
The fine print
Nope, you cannot enter more than once per day. Yupp, you can enter from anywhere in the world if its legal for you (we pay shipping, you pay duties if apply). Nope, we will not sell your email. Yupp, you do get extra entries for sharing. Nope, you are not allowed to rig the system (though rumor has it that the editor likes Belgian chocolate)
UPDATE: the giveaway has ended and a winner picked. Please see bottom of post for details. Huge thanks to SYRP for the prize and huge thanks to everyone for playing. Winner is Richard Newstead from the UK