Brinno Time Lapse Camera

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Brinno Time Lapse Camera
Price: $179.99
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Very good reviews (4.5 out of 5.0) over at BHphotovideo.com

Look at the price, look at the demo image, go buy a GoPro instead.

I love how the video is about using the device instead of a video of showing the output of using the device. So dumb!

I bought the TLC200 model a couple of years ago. Use it almost everyday to record the sunsets. It did pretty good, but when I installed the firmware update, it became awesome. Wasn’t any bugs that needed fixing, it work solid, the update added a whole bunch of functions, really did a nice job.

A little tempted about getting this one, if had been 1080p I wouldn’t even have to think about it.

Battery life is awesome, file size is pretty small. Batteries and 16 gig card lasts months of sunsets. Does get grainy in the dark though, but still good, if you want to do security or surveillance, outside at night.

If you’ve ever done time lapse video, from individual frames, you know it takes a lot of drive space, and some time to produce the video. These cameras produce the video directly, for instant viewing. There are many videos available from users on the Brinno website.

Does it’s job very well, plenty of useful thing that you can do with time lapse, that just isn’t practical with real time cameras. Not a bad toy to have, good solid camera, functions well.

Save money and have fun making your own time lapse camera with a Raspberry Pi.