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Yes, that is it's only function, it takes pics at your designated time intervals and turns it into a time lapse video
By Swamper on March 31, 2015
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Depends how often you're taking pictures. Longest I've tried was 20 days and that was every 5-10min i believe, in warm weather.
By Just Chris on April 6, 2015
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As of this momemt I believe so. You can check any time at http://brinno.com/
By S. Crawford on March 31, 2015
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No it doesn't I'm thinking that, due the nature of time lapse, its not really possible. However, there are many free, easy to use programs (like Windows Movie Maker) you can use to dub in music or any type of sound you like. I love my Brinno :)
By Dave In Ohio on March 11, 2016
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Check out the Brinno website www.brinno.com under support there is a calculator that will help figure out how much memory is used.
I know ours was set for 7am to 6pm with a 1 second burst every minute and we retrieved the card after 35 days, it had used about 3 gigs of a 32gig card. We will be upping the numbers next … see more
Check out the Brinno website www.brinno.com under support there is a calculator that will help figure out how much memory is used.
I know ours was set for 7am to 6pm with a 1 second burst every minute and we retrieved the card after 35 days, it had used about 3 gigs of a 32gig card. We will be upping the numbers next time around :) see less

By Nancy Allocca-Davis on June 8, 2015
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A more normal looking action in your video will be created by using a frame rate of 30. 10 or 15 fps is only used for stop action animation. Since I have no idea what your subject is, 1 second may or may not be the right interval between shots. You really need to do some research on producing time lapse video - if you… see more A more normal looking action in your video will be created by using a frame rate of 30. 10 or 15 fps is only used for stop action animation. Since I have no idea what your subject is, 1 second may or may not be the right interval between shots. You really need to do some research on producing time lapse video - if you Google "taking time lapse video" you'll find all sorts of web pages that will give you lots of guidance. Good Luck see less
By Dave In Ohio on June 24, 2015
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Yes, I came with a memory card.
By Corinne on August 7, 2015
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YES - this has happened to me. All you need to do is replace the batteries, turn the unit on and set it to REC again. The pictures will continue to be accumulated. There is obviously be a break in frames for the period when the batteries were dead. And the next video of a 'day' will begin when you next begin to … see more YES - this has happened to me. All you need to do is replace the batteries, turn the unit on and set it to REC again. The pictures will continue to be accumulated. There is obviously be a break in frames for the period when the batteries were dead. And the next video of a 'day' will begin when you next begin to record. The software deals with this issue gracefully. I make it a habit to change batteries every 60-70 days and I use the Energized Ultra Lithium. I went 90 days once over last winter and one of my cameras did have dead batteries so I change them every 2 months without any issue. I find that the batteries are still quite well charged and when I replace them with new ones, I recycle the old ones for TV remotes and kid toys. see less
By Raymond R on November 15, 2014
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Years ago I used a few bungie cords to hold down my tripod in a very solid fashion. It worked very well with a much heavier 8mm camera that had a time lapse feature.
By Glenn S. Porter on July 13, 2014
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