Time lapse video shot with the Nikon D800E.
Video quality is easily superior with time lapse video over standard video, perhaps because each frame is shot as a high quality still frame, then the video is assembled from the stills.
Compared the quality with the real-time regular video of the same scene.
Interval was 2 seconds between frames. I shot quite a long sequence of about 45 minutes, but due to the size, this is a cut (trim) of the first 25% or so.
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