Using Chronos Project Lite Kit On The Plain Of Jars Project

Disclaimer: The Chronos Project is a sponsor of the Plain of Jars Project. 

Note: Some of the videos of prosthetic limbs homemade in the remote villages of Laos may be disturbing to some.

About eight months ago I added a great piece of gear to my kit, the Chronos Lite time-lapse system by the Chronos Project. The shipping company used the first shipping box as a piñata and caused more damage to the rail than I could even imagine. This was a few short weeks before I was to fly to Laos and the Chronos team built me a new rail in record time. Excellent customer support… Everything since has worked like a charm. Here is a quick video of one of the motion-control shots (mostly what I use the rail for) that I used for the the intro to many of the videos on the project. Following are other videos for the project that contain shots done with the rail. Finally, below, are snaps I took of setups.

The fundraiser for the Plain of Jars Project is on until Friday, May 16th, 6pm PDT. If you would like to support this crowd sourced fundraiser for a great community project in the, per capita, most bombed place on earth, please go here:

http://startsomegood.com/plainofjarsproject

 

If you can’t see the video above, go here.

Here are other videos that use elements shot with the Lite kit:

If you can’t see the video above, go here.

If you can’t see the video above, go here.

If you can’t see the video above, go here.

 

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Cluster Bomb Cannister Filled With Cluster Bombs And One Grenade

 

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Child’s Prosthetic After Losing Arm To Unexploded Ordnance

 

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Inert BLU-3/B Cluster Bomb

 

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You Can’t See The Second Tripod Holding The Other End Of The Rail For This Vertical Up Shot.

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