The Radian 2 is a time-lapse motion controller that includes a variety of useful specs including wireless Bluetooth connectivity and USB camera control. This means multiple devices can be used simultaneously to capture multi-axis motion shots complete with linear movement and tilting.
The core ability of the Radian 2 is being able to rotate a camera as a time-lapse movie is shot. Specifically, it moves across 20,000 discrete positions within a 360-degree rotation for a very smooth motion. It comes with a standard mounting stud that makes it easy to use with everything from smartphone cameras to full-frame DSLRs. The battery can handle a good 100 hours of panning on a single charge, allowing for the capturing of truly stunning time-lapses.
Time-lapses are a fantastic way to visually depict change and movement over time; the Radian 2's motion specs make it easier than ever to capture dynamic time-lapse shots.
The Radian 2 Can Be Wirelessly Programmed to Capture Time-Lapses
Rahul Kalvapalle — May 23, 2015 — Tech
References: alpinelaboratories & gizmag