The Night Sky Recorded Using a Fisheye Lens
I’m a certified time-lapse freak. I love ‘em. Beautiful as they are, the only problem with most of them is that you can only see a tiny portion of the sky at any one time. Come to think of it, that’s kind of a problem with sky-watching in general, eh? Pesky focused binocular vision!
Stephane Vetter solved this problem by filming this time-lapse with an 8 mm fisheye lens. The result? The entire sky in one shot, including some informative labels and beautiful star trails. Set it to HD, sit back, and enjoy.
Best thing since this beautiful panoramic auroral mini-planet.