I recently purchased a Sony a6000 mirrorless camera after debating between dslr and mirrorless. Where I travel quite often I wanted a smaller camera but to still have the functionality of a dlsr.
After a photowalk in Las Vegas last year I found that I had reached the limit of what I could do with my point and shoot. This was the factor that had me researching mirrorless and dlsr.
I have to say I have always been a Canon person, every camera (except the GoPro) have been Canon. I would still buy another in a second but after doing the research Sony a series kept on popping up.
The Sony a 6000 has so many features and functions that I decided to take the leap and go for this model. It is more than an entry level camera but not a professional. I do see professionals saying they do take this camera out for their shots and are very impressed.
Well back to the title of this blog post one of the features (apps) I have been playing around with is the time lapse.
I loaded up the time lapse app and found a good subject in my backyard to test it on.
Check out the video to see how it turned out. I know using the apps can be considered cheating and not learning how to do it manually. I will be going for another try to manually recreate the same type of effect.