Brinno TLC200 Time Lapse Camera

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Brinno TLC200
Brinno TLC200
Test video for the Brinno TLC200. For time lapse it’s an easy solution. Turn it on, set time interval, frame your subject, and walk away. It takes a series of jpeg images and converts them in camera into an AVI file.

I ordered mine with the optional waterproof case.

Nothing to complicated. Now I need to find some cool things around Halifax to point it at.

This video is of our yard and street. The camera’s housing does a great job but I’ll need to find a better cover for the whole device. It comes with a couple nail holes and a standard sized tripod fixture. The Brinno is well thought out and for a camera like this going for under $200 it’s a great deal.


    Model: TLC 200
    Output format: AVI.
    Resolution: 1280×720, 640×480
    Format: JPEG.
    Resolution: 1280×720, 640×480
    Field of View: 59º
    Focal Length: 36 mm (35mm equivalent)
    Time Interval: 1 sec to 24 hours
    Memory Storage: SD Card (Supported Up to 32GB)
    LCD Screen: 1.44″ TFT LCD
    Power Source: 4 AA Batteries 0r DC IN: 5V
    Size (DxWxH) 64x 46x 106 mm
    Weight: 120 g (without batteries)
    Colors: Green/ White, Blue/ Black




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