Yesterday was another great astronomy night. Crescent Moon paired with Venus and Jupiter on evening sky. They were very close together. This time I was doing time-lapse with two cameras. Old and trusty Nikon D200 and new Sony NEX-5N. I was using Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 AF-D, Nikon 50mm f/1.4 D and Nikon 35mm f-1.8 G lenses. Nikon has interval timer shooting build in and I used Gentled IR trigger for NEX-5N. It’s a great little device responsible for me being one of most creative NEX-FS100 owners across Europe as stated by Sony. Everything was shot in RAW color corrected in Aperture and then exported cropped to 1920 x 1080. The images were then converted to movies in Quick Time 7.
Edit and sound was done in Final Cut Pro X.