The Brinno TLC200 is a new class of time lapse camera designed for both the amateur and advanced camera enthusiast. Designed to make time lapse simple yet with the flexibility to change lenses and custom program time intervals if the user is a serious Time Lapse movie maker. The TLC200 has advanced power management, allowing for months of battery life for extended duration capture periods. It even has an external shutter for creating stop action movies (not included). The LCD allows for accurate targeting of subjects and precise framing of scenes.
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Brinno PHV 1330 PeepHole Viewer
The Brinno PeepHole Viewer uses an LCD panel to display who is at your door. It turns a hard-to-see door viewer image into a big and bright image. It’s easy to install (just 3 steps!) and equipped with brightness enhances to increase the image brightness in a dark environment. The PeepHole Viewer also comes with the option of Motion Sensors, which will record images when a visitor is close to the door, or a Knocking Sensor which will record images when a visitor is knocking on the door.
Talk about life flashing before your eyes.
The Brinno TLC200 Time Lapse Camera can be set anywhere and programmed to automatically take photos at about 10 frames per second for up to 24 hours.
It’s a neat way to capture flowers opening throughout a day, animals roaming onto the scene or kids at play. To use it, just turn it on, set a time period, aim the camera and wait for the “video” to finish.
Brinno Time Lapse Camera
According to Wikipedia, Time-lapse photography is a cinematography technique whereby the frequency at which
film frames are captured (the frame rate) is much lower than that which will be used to play the sequence back. It’s like that you
can take sequential photos captured over a period of hours and compress them
into a video of only a few minutes in length – this allows you to see a slowly
changing scene at a much faster pace and can open up a whole new world of
photography to you.