Most cameras can take time lapse video, ie film where still images are put together into a short or long video sequence, where you e.g. can see a sunset in seconds instead of hours. But not all cameras are quite like Brenno’s handy time lapse cameras.
The two models, TLC200Pro with recording in 720p and TLC2020 which records in 1080p HD, are relatively favorably priced with a starting price of NOK 2400 for the simplest camera.
The cameras should be easy to set up, and the battery lasts for up to 40 days on a TCL200Pro, and up to 82 days on a TLC2020. There are also accessories such as clamps, tripods, weatherproof camera housings, etc., and both cameras will also be available in packages with much of this equipment included.
It is thus the usage time that primarily distinguishes the Brinno cameras from others, in that they can be used weekly, either to make time lapses of sunsets, or to document construction projects or other things that will later be shown as video.
Brinno has also made an online calculator that will make it easy to set up the cameras so that you get the most out of them. You can find it here .