Set up your Radian 2 on a tripod, with your camera attached on top, and align your shot.
If taking a panning time lapse, make sure that your Radian 2 is level, using the included bubble level
If taking a tilting time lapse, please see the Tilting With Radian tutorial for setup instructions
Turn your Radian 2 and your smartphone app on, and wait for the app to connect to your Radian. When it does so, you will get an alert from the app
Connect your Radian 2 to your camera via the camera cable included with your Radian 2 order
Set your timelapse settings, and let hit the "Start Time Lapse" button to initiate your Time Lapse
We recommend you start out with speeds of less than .1 degree per photo, and a total # of photos in the range of 200-400 photos
Once connected to the App, check your Radian's Firmware version to make sure your unit is fully up to date.
Make sure your Radian is not connected to your phone's bluetooth- Radian 2 operates on Bluetooth Low Energy and will automatically pair with your phone in the App. Pairing your Radian with your phone will disable BLE.
Make sure your camera's settings are connected to the app before attempting to upload a time lapse. The time it takes for this connection varies from phone to phone and camera to camera due to bluetooth settings and USB interface signals.