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Time lapse cameras
 
Time lapse cameras - they're starting a demolition/apartment build over the road and I'm interested in timelapsing it. Any suggestions as to cheapish weatherproof timelapse cameras for recording it over the next year or so? (The camera will be out on my balcony (possibly up under the eaves) and I'd like to be able to recover the footage at regular intervals and combine them into one project.)

26-Jan-2016 21:40
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RE: Time lapse cameras
 
Have you considered the inexpensive Brinno TLC cameras? Low resolution but they seem to do the job:

http://www.brinno.com/time-lapse-camera/TLC200Pro

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26-Jan-2016 22:11
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RE: Time lapse cameras
 
(26-Jan-2016 22:11)Tetrode wrote:  Have you considered the inexpensive Brinno TLC cameras? Low resolution but they seem to do the job:
Yeah, that's the leading candidate ATM. Didn't want to poison the well by suggesting them, though Icon_smile

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26-Jan-2016 22:46
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