I've been super interested in starting to produce timelapses with my SLR, and seems like the most flowing and best way is through using an intervalometre such as http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/164271-REG/Canon_2477A002.html however I'd rather not spend such a large amount of money. Are there any cheaper alternatives to making time lapses without picking up one of these pricey things?
Funny, I was in Tokyo today trying to find one in Akihabara and Shinjuku. My Japanese isnt up to much but we managed to figure it out , but unfortunatelythey had nonel. Plenty of remote shutter release, but no Intervelometer . They could have ordered one but it was $100 +.Very helpful though. Check out bIc camera in Shinjuku Tokyo if your ever there.
Anyway, I digress . I hear great things about the cheaper intervelomters from ebay and amazon.com . Expect to get one for -$50 . Wish I could have got one, but maybe in the near future.