Friday, July 12, 2019

Honsky Cheap Memory Card Carrying Case Review - Memory Card Management

My video files take up alot of space on my laptop so to make more storage space, I would delete the old files. Some of these files I really would like to keep but an executive decision had to be made. 

Another way I would back up my files is to upload the original footage to YouTube.  But I have heard many of my Youtuber creators friends report that they have lost their channels so that is not really a secure back up plan.

I recently decided to transfer my video files from my computer to a memory card.    But the thing is, I don't have any way to store these memory cards.  I eventually realized just putting the cards in my camera case loosely, is not a proper memory card storage practice.

So after doing some research, I realized that there are cases in which these memory cards can be stored plus some of these cases are water proof.  Of course, there are a variety of  different types of memory card storing cases and at different  prices.  Some cases can hold more cards than others.

Initially I was going to purchase a Pelican case but then ended up purchasing a Honsky waterproof memory card case that has a cute butterflies pattern on the outside of the case.

This memory card case can hold 8 regular size memory cards and 8 micro memory cards


This case can easily fit in my small camera bag, hand bag and even my cross body bag.

You might also be interested in my blog post about this memory card error problem I recently experienced.  CLICK HERE to read the post.

Monday, July 8, 2019

How To Set Canon EOS M100 Camera To Record Time Lapse Video

What Is A Time Lapse?
I really love this feature of the Canon EOS M100 and always look for opportunities to use it.  
How to set the Canon EOS M100 Camera to record a time lapse.

Put on the camera.  
Switch the dial to movie settings.  
Click on the menu button. Under option 1 you will see Record Mode. 
Select Time Lapse Option and select OK.

Click on the Menu option again.  Select option 6
Select Time Lapse Movie settings.  The following options are available.
  • Scene 1 for shooting moving subjects such as walking people
  • Scene 2 shoot slowly changing subjects such as clouds
  • Scene 3 for shooting slowly changing scenes

Select the option that you desire.  Take note of the number of shots that will be taken and the specified time.  You can also adjust the amount of shots and the length of time required it take the shots. When done, Select OK


Set up your camera on a tripod and position where you want to take your time lapse footage.

Press on the record button and the camera will do the rest.