4K resolution just means 4096x3072 pixels. A 5DmkII takes stills that are 21.1mp or 5616x3744 pixels. So a time-lapse made from full resolution 5DmkII stills is larger than 5120 x2700 pixels (5K resolution) so the time-lapse video from 5DmkII stills can be cropped down to either 4K or 5K resolutions. It is just usually cropped or compressed to 1080p since that it what the majority of monitors and screens currently support.
August 21, 2014, 04:25:07 AM
Topic: 4K Time Lapse - Milky Way (Canon 5D MK II) (Read 5792 times)
« Last Edit: February 29, 2012, 07:51:08 PM by takoman46 »
Nice work, thank you for sharing! I've tried once and messed it up, but of course now I'll try again!
Don't know if I have the skills, time or patience to pull something like this off. Awesome sir, just awesome!
This is really cool! I'll have to try it one day!