Summer Rain and Time-Lapse with the Fujifilm X100T

Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/2, 1/4000 sec, ISO200
“Possibly Rain” Cedar Park, 2019

We got a tiny bit of rain this evening which was nice. But mostly I loved the fun stormclouds.

I captured the following time-lapse with the Fujifilm X100T. The regular battery that the camera uses has horribly low capacity, but luckily it can charge via micro-USB so I plug in a portable power bank and the camera just runs straight off of that. Very convenient!

The built-in intervalometer in the X100T is also nice… I set the camera to take a photo every four seconds, then compiled all the photos into Adobe Premiere to create the video. The only thing I do not like is that there’s a limit of 999 photos in one series. Not sure why they limited that…

The next video is what I would call a fail. I forgot to manually focus the camera, so for each of the 900+ shots, the X100T would auto-focus, and of course, sometimes it didn’t focus on the clouds but instead on the filthy window. Oh well, live and learn! It still looks pretty cool, though. 😂

I hope you had a nice day!

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