Some early tips for those of you who are interested in making cool Hyperlapse videos:
1. If you have the option of recording while standing in one place versus moving around, stand in one place. The Hyperlapse will be far less dizzying.
2. Record more footage than you think. Crunching a real-time video into a time-lapse video requires a surprising amount of footage, and you can always edit it down after you record.
3. Think of Hyperlapse as a way of showing off something that typically takes minutes or hours. We think it'd be a cool way to show off an iconic hole (footage of someone playing the fourth hole at Bethpage Black? Yes, please!), the sun setting on a hole or even a cool drill that takes too long to show off in real time. Michelle Wie didn't use Hyperlapse to shoot this video, but you certainly could: