May 2 2012, 12:52pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
There a lot of times when time-lapse camera is needed, either because recording times will be really long, or for creative filming. A new time lapse camera has been announced from a company called Brinno. The camera is the TLC200 and records and 720p HD resolution. It has an LCD viewfinder on the back and is able to shoot and store 300,000 photos using four AA batteries for power.
The camera is designed for indoor use, but has optional clear acrylic case to make it waterproof set to launch this summer. It also has other accessories including optional lenses. The lens rotates up and down through 120° and ships with 2 GB SD card. Pricing is unknown.
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