Ramshorn Snail Timelapse

  1. K

    Kill Switch New Member Member

    Hello all

    Here is a quick time-lapse video I made of the Ramshorn Snail eggs that were laid in my Fry tank.

    The results while not perfect are quite interesting.
    Total time 5 days from first to last photo.
    Pictures were taken 5 min apart initially then at the end 30 sec
    Playback 40-50 fps
    All 12 successfully hatched - hatching size less than 1 mm(0.5 my guess).

    hope u enjoy

  2. s

    sbdzx Valued Member Member

    That's really cool. I assume you had an automatic camera, so you didn't have to sit there for 5 days taking pics every few minutes? (sorry, I don't know anything about photography/video making!)
  3. OP

    Kill Switch New Member Member

    Hi Pisciculus it was a webcam attached to PC with some nice software.
    so 80% automated. Biggest problem is keeping the camera/tank dead still for so long.
  4. NCE12940

    NCE12940 Well Known Member Member

    Fascinating! :happy0064:
  5. Coradee

    Coradee Moderator Moderator Member

    Great video, had to chuckle at the last one out :)
  6. Lyfeoffishing

    Lyfeoffishing Well Known Member Member

    Super cool video!!! That last one was like noooooooo I don't want to leave!!! Lol
  7. Blueszz

    Blueszz Well Known Member Member

    Nice work, thanks for sharing!
  8. Junne

    Junne Fishlore Legend Member

    That is great and what a neat subject you picked!

    I tried that with my cat on my bed ( but only 10 hours ) and he did absolutely NOTHING in that 10 hours. Still made me laugh.... :)
  9. D

    DaniosRock Valued Member Member

    That was really cool! Thanks for sharing.
  10. s

    smee82 Fishlore VIP Member

    Any chance on posting it on something other then youtube, id really like a look but youtubes blocked in china
  11. OP

    Kill Switch New Member Member

    Not sure what is not blocked for you smee82
    Let me know and I could try upload it there.
  12. Delaneyw

    Delaneyw Well Known Member Member

    Nature is so amazing and beautiful! Thank you for sharing?
  13. Andrew Sackett

    Andrew Sackett Valued Member Member

    Cool to see

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