The last day, a sea day.
We did not do a lot, but we did get a bridge tour, which is reserved for very few people in the top suites if you are very lucky. We met the 2nd officer, who was not Commander Data. She did however tell us how they steer the ship, and so on. Very interesting.
The captain's young daughter was also given an Ignis.
I did a lot of video editing, and we did try to get a video to you tube - sadly ship's internet was not only slow but also a tad flaky so we scrapped that idea on the basis that a hard drive in a car from the port this morning was higher bandwidth.
This is the time-lapse I did of us leaving Geiranger. 8300 separate stills done at around 1 second intervals thanks to a small shell script on my laptop and wifi to camera. Done with mirror lock up to avoid wear on the mechanism.
Final cut pro did a nice job of compiling in to a video. All I lack at this point is a nice background sound track.
Norwegian Jade, Day 8
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For those who don't want to go with the "write your own script" I'd recommend the GoPro cameras.
Daughter went to Ecuador/Galapagos last year with Camps International & some of the best stuff to come out of the camera was the time-lapse stuff of day-long treks. The very best were the hammerhead sharks (30-40 of them) about 20m down from when they were snorkeling in the Galapagos.
They're a wee bit expensive but they rarely break when dropped (unlike iPhones) - and they do 4k video of course.
Advert over :D Just a bit surprised you don't have one already Adrian? Lots of mounts for drones.....
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Might dig it out later and try with newer firmware (if it exists)
But the GoPro's are handy, don't want to wreck your DSLR after all ;)