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Tennis & Pickleball Court Painting, Brinno Time Lapse

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Tennis & Pickleball Court Painting, Brinno Time Lapse

We are the only Brinno Certified retailer in North America and we offer time lapse as a local area service. This was a unique project for the Rochester Athletic Club. The entire paint work was only going to take a few days but the actual application was very quick. We used two Brinno TLC200 Pro time lapse cameras with the timers set for working hours only. We went with a 3 second capture interval for the overall paint portions and ASAP for the squeegee cam segments. The cameras were moved daily to follow the action. After editing and scaling to...

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Mounting a Brinno Time Time Lapse Construction Camera to a Pole

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Mounting a Brinno Time Time Lapse Construction Camera to a Pole

Occasionally, we get asked how to mount Brinno time lapse construction cameras to metal, concrete or fiberglass poles. Here is a good solution which will work for other cameras too. We started a new time lapse project today using the Brinno TLC 200 Pro and this is the set-up. The camera was mounted to a 10” steel pole with this DIY rig. We have been working on a custom camera bracket, which we are excited to offer as a turn-key mount solution in the near future, for now...We like a rigid support in tricky situations, a clamp on the board...

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House Demolition Captured with a Brinno Time Lapse Camera

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House Demolition Captured with a Brinno Time Lapse Camera

These two homes were demolished to make way for new construction. Our Brinno time lapse cameras for construction were rolling. Demolition happens fast, an excavator will flatten a small house in an hour or two. Some make the mistake of wrapping this action into an entire build. If you capture every five minutes, tragically you will be left with nothing more than a slideshow. Get your interval down, for action like this we were at a capture every second which created two minutes of content each hour. Remember, It is always better to have too much footage than wish you had captured...

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Fixing Bad Brinno Time Lapse Video for Jyl Bonaguro

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Here is something different which represents a mountain of editing work. Jyl Bonaguro, the very talented artist behind this carving, contacted us when she was faced with a major camera issue which made her footage unusable. Jyl sent over a sample file and we simply could not explain the problem. The camera produced very bright hot frames quite often and the footage had horizontal bands which are an easy fix. The hot flashes are an issue we had never seen before and after further testing of her camera it has not happened again. I think it was a metering issue,...

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Mayo Civic Center Sculpture Installation, Brinno Time Lapse, an Expression in Rochester, MN

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Mayo Civic Center Sculpture Installation, Brinno Time Lapse, an Expression in Rochester, MN

Occasionally there are amazing projects in our local area we strongly feel need to be documented as a time lapse and this is one of those projects. We may volunteer our time and equipment to capture a once in a lifetime story. However, the story and sculpture are unnamed, for now we are going with an Expression and this time lapse is our expression of the art installation. Enjoy...The sculpture was created by artist Po Shu Wang (livinglenses.com). The work in this video was completed over about a week in December and is ongoing to finish the site with the addition of...

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