EASY TIME LAPSE: TLC300 is the new 2023 time lapse camera from Brinno. This professional time-lapse camera solution is designed for job sites, outdoor projects and all-purpose applications. The time-lapse function is automatic and produces real time-lapse video, not a series of pictures. The camera is equipped with a 118° field of view and a Micro SD card that supports up to 128GB. The multilingual user interface is available in 8 languages and offers a smooth user experience for all customers
STRAIGHTFORWARD OPERATION: Brinno has improved its user interface for professional and general-purpose users alike. You will only need to set up your “interval” and “schedule” before pressing OK to begin recording. The new schedule function allows you to pick filming days and times so it only records during working hours. The 1.44" crystal IPS LCD screen display located on the back of the timelapse camera ensures you can check the view angle without needing to take a second look. Easy to use.
LOW POWER CONSUMPTION: Never worry about battery power again when shooting long-term projects. Brinno’s new TLC300 time lapse camera only requires 4 AA batteries to save power and save your budget. Battery lasts up to 100 days using a 5-min capture interval.
EXPLICIT IMAGE QUALITY: The TLC300 series inherits the pros from the previous BCC200 series but includes upgrades to the resolution that enhance image quality even further. With full HD 1080P, and the HDR feature enabled, you can record time-lapse videos from day to night. You can create time-lapse videos yourself. From remodels to planting and gardening, to DIY projects, this time lapse solution is perfect for any project type. Includes interchangeable lens.
WARRANTY & CUSTOMER SERVICE: Brinno camera bundles combine brilliant innovation with premium hardware for custom timelapse, security, or event videos. Product warranty is 1-year from the date of purchase against defects under use as instructed by the user’s manual. You will receive a TLC300 time lapse camera, 4 AA batteries, SD Card, Lens Cover and a quick guide manual.
I like the camera. 3rd one Ive owned. The 200 caed slot failed on the first one and was sent a second one with no hassles. Used that for around 500 time lapse episodes before it started failing. My guess is the lens got wrecked. Bot the 300 and likin it just fine Mac doesnt use AVI files which is the one beef I have. Using VLC until I get a better platform to transfer the files.