Instagram recently released Hyperlapse, a time-lapse video recording tool that enables you to capture an event and condense it down to a brief, professional-looking video clip that you could quickly share.


One of the ideal Hyperlapse video clips is from Nathan Kaso, which shot his “Bikerlapse” clip one-handed while cycling around Melbourne.

The video clip quality is very lo-fi yet that stabilization technology is nothing short of outstanding. The entire video clip was fired hand-held, one hand to steer as well as one hand to hold the camera. All of the these gos are straight out of the app, with no post stablizing or effects.

I used a R&O reduce; DEGrip iPhone position for added stability while shooting and also an Arcadia USB power bank to keep my phone charged for the whole day.

You can look into the Vimeo video listed below.


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