Using Hyperlapse for Nature Time-Lapses

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JV Chamary of Forbes extols the virtues of using Instagram's new Hyperlapse app to create nature time-lapses.

He writes, "Hyperlapse could help us better understand the living world around us by condensing the behavior of animals and plants into short, easy-to-watch videos. Filming time-lapse movies is also less hassle than the hours it might take a professional wildlife filmmaker to set-up expensive equipment. Simply pull out your smartphone and tap to start recording."

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