The α6400 is the latest addition to Sony’s APS-C sensor E-mount mirrorless camera lineup, and the firmware upgrade in this camera has something timelapse photographers everywhere will be excited about – an internal intervalometer. Sony Artisan Drew Geraci, who is the master of timelapse, walks through how to set up the intervalometer and how he sets the latest Sony mirrorless camera to create dynamic timelapses easily in camera.
No one knows timelapse like Geraci and it’s well worth watching this short video to see how he uses the built-in intervalometer in an α6400 to do it.
The camera’s intervalometer has a lot more than just basic interval controls. For example, Geraci explains how to set the AE Tracking Sensitivity which controls the exposure ramping for shooting a timelapse in changing light conditions like sunrise and sunsets or with dense moving clouds. No one knows timelapse like Geraci and it’s well worth watching this short video to see how he sets an α6400 to do it.
You can also see Geraci’s What We’re Live? video on switching to mirrorless cameras here: