A timelapse camera controller for Raspberry Pi and Canon EOS 350d (should work with any camera supported by
gphoto2 with minor tweaks), with an optional UI and controls on the Adafruit LCD Pi plate.
imagemagick. To install these dependencies on your pi:
$ sudo apt-get install gphoto2 $ sudo apt-get install imagemagick
Run on boot
Follow the instructions at http://learn.adafruit.com/drive-a-16x2-lcd-directly-with-a-raspberry-pi/init-script using
timelapse file from this repo instead of
Here's how to post process the image frames (on Linux, can be run on the Pi itself, but faster on desktop).
Remove flicker if timelapse used many shutter values
for a in *; do echo $a;/opt/ImageMagick/bin/mogrify -auto-gamma $a;done
Be careful with
auto-gamma - it works extremely well for sunset / sunrise but can make very dark areas of the scene very noisy.
Convert the resulting JPEGs to a timelapse movie
ffmpeg -r 18 -q:v 2 -start_number XXXX -i /tmp/timelapse/IMG_%d.JPG output.mp4