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  • Sajimo commented on Sajimo's instructable GoPro Waterproof Time Lapse Box1 month ago
    GoPro Waterproof Time Lapse Box

    wow. very late response. Sorry. I used a Marine Battery. I had it run all night and day. 1pic per min. Battery lasted about 2 weeks.

    I used a 32g card ( all I had at the time) I actually used 2, replaced the full one with a clean one.I checked it more times than I technically needed to. But it seems that the camera kept turning itself off. I don't know if the neighbors were unplugging the battery or if the camera itself had a glitch, but it was annoying. So I checked it about every other day or so. But when it worked, I think it took 10,000 photos if I'm not mistaken, before it would become full. Easy math will tell you what you can get out of a card. Just take a couple practice shots at peak day and at night when its black.The peak day will of course be larger, but the night time black pictures will be very small. You should be able to calculate from there.I did not use a scheduler, but I did contemplate using a pro...

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    I used a 32g card ( all I had at the time) I actually used 2, replaced the full one with a clean one.I checked it more times than I technically needed to. But it seems that the camera kept turning itself off. I don't know if the neighbors were unplugging the battery or if the camera itself had a glitch, but it was annoying. So I checked it about every other day or so. But when it worked, I think it took 10,000 photos if I'm not mistaken, before it would become full. Easy math will tell you what you can get out of a card. Just take a couple practice shots at peak day and at night when its black.The peak day will of course be larger, but the night time black pictures will be very small. You should be able to calculate from there.I did not use a scheduler, but I did contemplate using a program you can install on the camera that will let you take shots at any increment you desire. But after loading it in and messing with it, I realized for my purpose, I would not need anything other than the program made with the camera.Hope that helps! Thanks!!

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  • Sajimo commented on Sajimo's instructable GoPro Waterproof Time Lapse Box1 year ago
    GoPro Waterproof Time Lapse Box

    Thank you! It all depends on the size of the battery and the amount of shots the camera was taking in a day.I used a deep cycle battery for a boat and mostly shot 1 picture every minute. at that rate I had 1440 pictures per day. 10080 per week. I tried to charge it every week but had let it go for 2 weeks before. It has been a while ago, if I recall correctly, I could get 2 weeks and that was pushing it.

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