For those of you who didn't see this, Ryan Stout raised just short of 1,000,000 on his kickstarter since posting on Show Off Tuesday two weeks ago. What was his kickstarter for? Well. Watch the video and check 'er out.
Ryan made Arsenal, which is a pretty incredible piece of technology.
"Arsenal is the world’s first intelligent assistant for DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Ultralight hardware lets you wirelessly control your camera with an intuitive iOS or Android app. And advanced machine learning algorithms help you get the perfect shot every time."
It's auto everything from 100 feet away with your smart phone. It's amazing.
"Set the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO, see a live preview, and trigger the shutter from your smartphone."
It does HDR photo stacking & Focus Stacking for you with no photoshop layering required.
If these aren't the most sureal timelapses you've ever seen, point me to what you've got because I've never seen anything like this:
Ryan Made an amazing product, displayed and documented what it could do super effectively, and priced them at unbelievably reasonable prices. We don't have to be making Catholic art to make the world a more awesome place to live. Ryan. Way to add some more magic to the universe. If you are a photographer, get Arsenal. Let's help Ryan break 1,000,000!
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The call came when I was sitting in the Newark Airport, waiting to board a plane for Reykjavik.