Discussion in 'Digital Cameras & Equipment' started by Roger, Dec 21, 2012.
Time-Lapse is $10, Cinematic is $5
Yes, I saw that... ; ; $25 takes 'em all (for now). ; Some of them look pretty awesome.
I'd definitely recommend MFNR, or Multi-Frame Noise Reduction. ; It's the same technology as the 'HHT' or Hand Held Twilight function already on the NEX, but it steps it up a notch by allowing you to use it in any of the PASM modes, with full user control over any or all camera parameters and settings. ; HHT stacks 6 frames, but as a scene mode, with no ability to set ISO, focus point, metering area, etc. ; With MFNR, you can do 6-frame stacking with all the control you want (My DSLR has the MFNR feature, while my NEX has the HHT - I use them both, but LOVE MFNR more!).
The time lapse functionality looks cool too - with the ability to use it in video and stills modes.
Probably the only paid one that I wouldn't need to have right away is the bracketing one. ; All of the other ones seem to have a lot of cool potential.
Got the time-lapse app but Cinematic Photo is refusing to allow me to finish the purchase on both my PC AND on the NEX itself. ; I let Sony know but who knows what is wrong with it...
Tried it the next day and it worked.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU0Lg93BkzM#wsCinematic Style Test
Just a quick and dirty test of Cinematic Photo
NEX-6, 16-50 PZ lens
Starring: Diet Dr Pepper Cherry
I downloaded a few of the free apps, and paid the five bucks for the noise stacking app.
Bought the time-lapse app last night... ; thinking this could lead to some really awesome stuff!
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