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Brinno Learning Series Part 6 - Mounting Your Camera

Posted by Josh Banks on

Brinno Learning Series Part 6 - Mounting Your Camera

This is not only a tip but more a rule, you need a sturdy mount for any time lapse project. For short term work this could be a tripod or simply placing the camera on a windowsill, dashboard, fence post, etc.For long term projects your mount and what you are attaching the camera to are very important considerations. We have seen people go to great lengths to keep their cameras stable and secure. However, getting great results can be done at a low cost with a little planning. The first consideration is what you are mounting to (wood post, metal pole, etc.) You will...

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Brinno Learning Series Part 7 - Using the Timer

Posted by Josh Banks on

Brinno Learning Series Part 7 - Using the Timer

All Brinno cameras have a timer feature which allows you to stop and start recording each day at specified times (e.g. 8 am - 5 pm).The timer will create a separate video file each day. Joining individual files is very easy and there are some major benefits in using the timer.1) The timer doubles the specified battery life. We have come to rely on the Brinno specifications for determining how often we check our cameras. For example the chart for the Brinno TLC 200 Pro camera, shows 42 days of operation with a capture every 5 minutes. Using the timer, you can...

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