Powering Your DSLR Camera for Time-lapse and Video Using the Case Relay Camera Power System

Posted by: on Sep 09, 2016

Powering Your DSLR Camera for Time-lapse and Video Using the Case Relay Camera Power System
Ron Risman has been a photographer for over 25 years, and cinematographer and time-lapse specialist since 2008. Ron has been commissioned to shoot time-lapses for corporations such as Land Rover, Liberty Mutual, and Restoration Hardware; news organizations such as FOX CT News and WFTV-9 Orlando; and his work has appeared in films such as the HBO’s “The Crash Reel” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah and in the Land Rover short “Bridges to the Stars.” In this short video below, Ron Risman walks us through a setup for a time-lapse video using a three access motion control move time-lapse in Newcastle, New Hampshire. Instead of using the original battery to power his Sony RX10 Mk III, he is instead using the new Case Relay Camera Power System from Tether Tools. “The Sony battery won’t last too long, and if I want to go all day this original Sony battery won’t last. The Case Relay System allows you to power your camera indefinitely using USB external battery packs,” explains Ron. To see Ron’s full setup and beautiful time-lapse, watch below and to learn how the Case Relay can help you power your camera for time-lapse, video production, or a long day on the set visit TetherTools.com/Relay. Behind the Scenes with Ron Risman: Tether Tools Case Relay Camera Power Sysetm from Ron Risman on Vimeo.