We can use the digital time-lapse camera to create wonderful time-lapse videos. But if you want to use your own DSLR camera to make time-lapse videos, the time lapse intervalometer Timelapse+ should be able to help you.
Timelapse+ is an innovative intervalometer developed by Elijah Parker living Minneapolis, and designed to offer you a convenient way to control your SLR or DSLR camera during time-lapse photography. As we can see from the images, the intervalometer features a lightweight, portable design, and come with a mini USB port for charge and a 2.5mm jack to connect with your SLR camera, via the integrated LED display and control panel, you can set a delayed start, the interval, length of exposure in tents of a second, how many exposures per interval (for HDR) with a different duration for each exposure. Apart from that, the built-in Bluetooth interface allows for future expansion. After the break, check out the following demo video.
At present, the designer of Timelapse+ is raising fund on Kickstarter. Pledge $129 will let you own the intervalometer with Bluetooth. If you’re interested, jump to Kickstarter official site for more details.