The general purpose of RNS:: Rapid Movie is capturing film frames at a rate much slower than a playback speed. When replayed at normal speed time appears to be moving faster. Processes that would normally appear subtle to the human eye become very pronounced.Technologies supported:The following photography and cinematography techniques are supported by RNS:: Rapid Movie:- Time-lapse - each film frame is captured at a rate much slower than it will be played back.- Stop motion - an animation technique which makes static objects appear to move.- Sequential shooting - pictures are captured one after another in equal intervals.All video recordings created by Rapid Movie are saved in the QuickTime movie format (*.mov)All photo sequences shot by Rapid Movie are saved in the JPEG image format (*.jpg)To play QuickTime movie files created by RNS:: Rapid Movie you may use QuickTime Player on your PC or Mac or The Core Pocket Media Player (TCPMP) on your Treo or Zire 72.Areas of use:The technologies provided by RNS:: Rapid Movie generally give best results when recording objects or scenes that change slowly in long periods of time. Some classic subjects include:- Evolution of a construction project- Front view from a moving vehicle- Daily changes- Plants growing and flowers opening- Cloudscapes and celestial motion- People in the city- Model animation- Fruit rottingModes:Single Photo - captures still pictures just like the Camera application. This simple mode does not actually create movies or photo sequences but one shot a time.Photo Series - takes pictures sequentially in equal intervals and saves them as separate JPEG files. You can adjust the interval between consecutive shots.Moving Video - takes pictures sequentially in equal intervals and saves them all as a single MOV file. You can adjust the interval between consecutive shots as well as the playback rate.