Most time-lapse cameras have a relatively restricted field of view, either because they used a fixed focal-length lens that isn't very wide, or it's physically not possible to use a lens wide enough to capture the whole of a site in a single image.
As a result, this means traditional time-lapse cameras either have to be mounted relatively far away from the site (if the client wants to have the whole site in the frame) — something that isn't always possible in very built-up environments — or the client has to make do with time-lapse imagery that only captures a small portion of the site, as the red outline in the graphic above illustrates.
To solve this problem, Horizon Imaging have invested in state-of-the-art time-lapse camera systems that feature two separate cameras in the same enclosure, capturing an enormous 220° panoramic field-of-view. This means that even if space is tight you can simply mount the camera on the perimeter of the site, and it will capture everything that happens within the site's boundary.
This opens up a huge range of creative opportunities for mounting time-lapse cameras right in the heart of construction projects, capturing unique, immersive imagery from a wide variety of angles for the duration of the project.