This week I’d like to share me thoughts about Sony Timelapse app and show you the free alternative for the paid app. I’ve been using both for a few months now so I know quite well thier strengths and weakneses. Unfortunately both apps are not perfect, so I use each one for specific things. Check out the video and I hope you’ll be able to decide which one do you prefer 🙂
Sony has changes a little their intervalometers policy. First of all for newer camera there is not a possibility to buy an app from play memories (so either payed and free app won’t work). I’m talking about a7III, a7RIV, a6400, a6600. They have built in intervalometer which is very similar to the app. In some things it works better, in some worse. For example, you can change some exposure settings during the shot – you can change shutter speed and ISO, but you can’t change the aperture.
The advantage of the new solution is that it works faster, as you don’t have to launch the app and wait for it to open. on the other hand – in play memories app there was also Stop Motion + app which was pretty cool. It still wokrs on my A6300, but I don’t have an option to install it on a7III. So, if you have any of the previous Sony camera – check out the video below.
Here are link for the apps:
- Sony Timelapse App: SONY Timelapse App
- Free Sony Timelapse App alternative: Free Timelapse App << There seems to be some problems with that website. If that’s down – here’s the link for a Windows Play Memories Desktop App: PMCA INSTALER WINDOWS
If you want to really dive into timelapse technique, try my video course!
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See you next week! 🙂