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Indecent Exposure 36: Intervals explored

Take a good look at your self-portraits, dSLR intervalometers, and a busy news week.

Lori Grunin Senior Editor / Advice
I've been reviewing hardware and software, devising testing methodology and handed out buying advice for what seems like forever; I'm currently absorbed by computers and gaming hardware, but previously spent many years concentrating on cameras. I've also volunteered with a cat rescue for over 15 years doing adoptions, designing marketing materials, managing volunteers and, of course, photographing cats.
Expertise Photography, PCs and laptops, gaming and gaming accessories
Lori Grunin

Take a good look at your self-portraits, dSLR intervalometers, and a busy news week.

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Episode 36

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Old Oly lenses and time-lapse dSLRs

Hi Lori & Matt
Feeling the need to finally get a DSLR. This podcast really helped drive that. My 1st episode was the one on HDRI which I really liked. Anyway, back in the day I used the Olympus OM-1. I liked its small size and weight as I would mount it on a telescope. I would like to keep using the lenses I already have for it (55mm). Do you have a suggestion for me on which DSLR could use these? (And SHOULD I use them since they are totally dumb). While I am being selective I also want the DSLR to do Time Lapse. Do I have any hope of filling my needs?