Would you want GoPro Timewarp in your DSLR or mirrorless camera?

9 months 1 week ago #655207 by Matt VanDyke
I've had this GoPro HERO7 for a few months now and love this Timewarp Video feature.  I think this would be really good to have in my 5D.  I don't suppose this is available?  Seems like if this is possible in these small GoPros, this should be a slam dunk in larger bodied camera bodies.  


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9 months 1 week ago #655270 by Cristy Fields
As long as it didn't increase price of my camera.  Just don't know how often I would use it.  


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9 months 1 week ago #655299 by Stanly
Not sure that would be something I would be excited to get in my camera.  I have a GoPro, but don’t use this function.  

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9 months 1 week ago #655456 by ThatNikonGuy
Yeah, would be cool.  Not sure how often I would use it. 


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9 months 1 week ago #655481 by Ken Brun
That would be something I would use, but not a lot, so wouldn't want to spend much for this feature. 


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9 months 1 week ago #655627 by Ben Vanderbilt
Eh, not something that I would want to pay for.  I have not used in my GoPro either.   


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9 months 1 week ago - 9 months 1 week ago #655638 by Piechura
You can do it with any camera and a copy of Adobe After Effects to stabilize the footage afterwards.


Back in the day, it involved simply doing a regular time lapse but moving the camera (or zooming) an equal distance between each shot. Then when you bring it into After Effects, I think you used the warp stabilize feature to make the shots smooth.



But nowadays you could do the same thing with any camera on a gimbal. I remember it being one of the selling points of the DJI Osmo.

I'm not sure, but I imagine a camera with very good image stabilization like the Panasonic GH5 would probably be able to get similar results to the GoPro handheld with the footage brought into After Effects to stabilize.

Here's a video doing it with a gimbal.



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