If i ever am able to afford a nice camera again (my old one was stolen more than a year ago) I'll go for one listed compatible with this software. pressing the keyboard instead of the camera to take the shot makes it worth it, regardless all the other features
@00:10I was planning on using Philip glass' candyman music. Though due to the battery failure i have very little footage in the end. I may make a little loop with the soundtrack. [link] Good point
This is merely an intro to what I was planning on doing, but as I built the set in my school I couldn't keep it for more than a day. Oh well that'll teach me next I'm setting it up in my living room (i did in school because they have really good lights...)
@00:10Well it's one of those weird giant lego block battery thing, wish it would use regular batteries, i would have run to the shop to get some. I have regular batteries in a small camera, which I use to take reference pictures and texture, and it's so handy. I guess the bigger models would fry the batteries in two shots though ^^
Yeah. My poor camera, its rechargeable battery was lost, and since I've had to use regular batteries, which it EATS without mercy. Dreadful, dreadful bananas, hopefully I'm gonna invest in a new camera soon. I never get any enjoyment out of buying batteries.
I have 4 rechargeable batteries, 2 in my camera, and the 2 others in the small bag with it. Whenever I use the camera there's a 50% chance the batteries will run out ^^ Having a decent camera is a great plus, be it or art or simply texture/reference pictures. I'd like to get one too (my mum's camera is too nice and expansive for me to take it wherever I go, and the tiny one I have get the job done but eventually higher quality pictures would be nice to have).
If you are planning on getting a camera I would advise making sure it's compatible with Dragon Stop Motion, it becomes really easy to shoot a stop motion with this software and a compatible camera, I don't know if we talked about it already, but it's a neat thing to use.