Probably the world’s first DIY tilt shift lens that can ZOOM, aka mk II and in stop motion

The mk II was made on 3 Dec 2011, possibly the world’s first DIY tilt shift lens that zooms, in stop motion. PS: The actual lens is NOT cut by scissor, animated for the sake of animation.

Key differences compared to the mk I:

1) Allows ‘lock’ on position to take timelapse video
2) Allows zoom
3) NO aperture control is a great disadvantage, reduced amount of ‘shift’ as compared to mk I.

Enjoy! Music by Shimona Kee, you can buy her songs at http://shimona.bandcamp.com/album/simply-shimona

Sample shot: sIMG_9112   sIMG_sco

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