What is the difference between a hidden camera with time lapse and a regular hidden camera?

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A hidden camera with time lapse captures footage at a lower frame rate than a regular hidden camera. This means that it captures footage over a longer period and then plays it back at a faster rate, giving a time-lapse effect. This is useful for recording events that occur over a long period of time, such as construction projects or wildlife activity. Regular hidden cameras, on the other hand, capture footage at a higher frame rate in real-time, which is useful for monitoring a specific area or situation in detail.

Another difference between the two is the storage space required. Camera with time lapse captures footage over a longer period, but it often requires less storage space and can capture a greater time period. Regular hidden cameras can store more footage with the same amount of storage space since they capture footage at a higher frame rate for a shorter period. Overall, the choice between a hidden camera with time lapse and a regular hidden camera depends on the specific needs of the user and the type of footage they want to capture.

This entry was posted in . It was first published in April 2023 ()and last updated on April 20th, 2023 (10 months ago).

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