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Alpine Labs Micron Review & Alpine Labs Radian Review… two for one! Meet the Alpine Labs “Micron” and “Radian”, gadgets for giving you HUGE POWER when it comes to making timelapse videos on your DLSR or Mirrorless cameras… Precision Motion control, ramping & easy programming by your iPhone or Android…

http://alpinelaboratories.com/products/michron “Michron is a device that plugs into your DSLR or Mirrorless camera and allows you to take time lapses. To take a time-lapse, simply program Michron from your phone, connect it to your camera, and sit back while Michron takes the images that will create your time-lapse. Michron has all the advanced features you need, while still keeping things simple so that you can focus on the shot, and actually enjoy what you are capturing. Unlike other iPhone and Android based camera triggers and devices, you don't need to keep your phone connected. Once you press "Upload," you are free to disconnect your phone without any worry of interfering with your final time lapse.”

http://alpinelaboratories.com/products/radian-motion-time-lapse-device “Radian is a device that allows you to take stunning motion time lapses with your DSLR or Mirrorless camera, as well as Go-Pro and even your smartphone. Born out of our own frustrations for other devices out there, Radian is compact, easy to use, and powerful. Radian has all the advanced features you need, while still keeping things simple so that you can focus on the shot, and actually enjoy what you are capturing. Radian is programmed by your phone, but unlike other iPhone and Android based camera triggers and devices, you don't need to keep your phone connected. Once you press "Upload," you are free to disconnect your phone without any worry of interfering with your final time lapse.”

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