I downloaded the iTimelapse app for my iPhone and shot these two videos this weekend...
First one in my mom's kitchen:
And then this one driving from Arlington back to Dallas (and home) and 30 seconds:
A few bugs I've found using my version of the iPhone (the original one, not 3G or 3Gs) are it will shoot 25 images and then turn off - but once you turn it back on it will go as long as you set it. The first timelapse was 200 frames shot once every 5 seconds and the second one was 600 frames shot every 5 seconds.
Also, for whatever reason (at least so far) I can only get it to record at 640x480 or lower resolution. I tried 1200x900 to achieve a "720p HD" version, but it only rendered out these white and green flashes. I'll have to do some more experimenting, or perhaps my phone has some limitations.
Overall though this is a pretty cool app and I plan on having some fun with it.
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