Brinno bcc200 -caméra uhs-i, v10 – Caractéristiques & Prix au Maroc :
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Conseils d’achat :
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Est ce que la livraison est offerte ? Et combien ça prend du temps pour se faire livrer (Délai de livraison)
Preuve d’achat :
il ce que la boutique vous donne une facture.
Service après vente :
Est ce qu’il ont un service après vente pour avoir des informations sur l’installation ou le fonctionnement(mode d’emploi). Aussi en cas de problème, est ce c’est le vendeur qui se charge ou vous devez vous même contacter le fabricant ou le fournisseur.
L. H (client confirmé) –
La carte SD fournie est une 16 Go alors que l’appareil accepte 32 Go et cette différence n’est pas signalée la capacité de la carte fournie n’est jamais affichée dans les descriptifs techniques.
B. J (client confirmé) –
I purchased this product and returned it the next day after realizing the mistake that I made. This is essentially a tlc200 pro camera wit a waterproof case and an overpriced clamp. Your better off purchasing the tlc200 pro camera and waterproof case individually and buying a better clamp and save over $100. You can even buy the same clamp from another seller on and save at least $20
T. E (client confirmé) –
Bon appareil dans l’ensemble, le focus est compliqué à regler et le fait qu’il ne soit pas connecté est un inconvénients.Une batterie interne aurait été tip-top aussiSinon le trépieds est super efficace, gros plus.
K. S (client confirmé) –
I wish this camera had a better resolution, however, for a construction timelapse, it’s durable and love the extras it comes with. For the price, the quality is great. Only complaint was the resolution
E. R (client confirmé) –
El equipo es más pequeño y ligero de lo que esperaba. Todo es minimalista, lo que interpreto que es porque requiere usar la menor energía posible para alargar la duración de las baterías AA que llega a ser de meses.Esta camarita reemplaza un sistema mucho más costoso y complejo que tenía con una cámara Canon EOS; un lente gran angular, intervalómetro, fotocelda, batería en un gabinete especial. En total era 5 veces más caro, pesado y complejo.La ventaja clara de la cámara Canon era el sensor de 18MP contra los 1.3 MP que da la cámara de Brinno, con lo cual genera automáticamente un video en resolución HD 720.Creo que no sería tan complicado para Brinno que la cámara soportara video Full HD.A favor es que el sensor es muy grande para su resolución, lo cual se traduce en un gran rando dinámico. La cámara puede tomar imágenes en todo tipo de condiciones como sol directo o noche, incluye función HDR para destacar las sombras cuando el sol está en el cuadro.El tiempo dirá si la carcasa de intemperie realmente aguanta ya que estarán montadas por meses en una construcción y el resultado final lo sabré entonces.
A. E (client confirmé) –
Matériel de bonne qualité, mise en service facile et rapide.
K. M (client confirmé) –
Used it for multiple time lapses at work. Works nicely.Resolution isn’t full HD but it is good enough for what I needed it for which was making time lapses of projects for a company website.
Z. A (client confirmé) –
I have bought three of these for monitoring construction work, and they work as advertised. The battery life is pretty good, generally getting 3 weeks plus per set of batteries (options affect battery life, ymmv). Buy a bigger memory card than the one it comes with. The case is solid and waterproof, have run it in the rain with no problems. The mount attachments work pretty well — finding the right vantage point is key, the higher the better.The .avi files that come out are very large…too large to transfer or even open easily. I’m using VLC to compress the .avi file to a more usable .mp4 format. I also use AviDemux to stitch together different camera files, which is needed if you have it set to only take pictures at some times of day…it will process the file at the end of each recording window.I give it four stars out of five because it is sometimes difficult to get close enough to the work, so a zoom function of some kind would have been nice to have. But overall, it works exactly as advertised.
H. P (client confirmé) –
I just purchased this camera kit to do some time lapses at our lake cottage. I was a bit apprehensive given some of the reviews, as I am a bit of a techno snob when it comes to quality and user experience . I tried to research other options using gopro camera setups, etc…but I was short on time, and I was drawn not only by the price point but also by the fact that this was essentially ready-to-go out of the box for outdoor use. Also, the stated battery life was a huge plus…while I could run power to the camera theoretically, it was another aspect I was short on time to evaluate. At $300 for the kit and enclosure, and given my limitations, it seemed to be about the best thing going.I ordered it on a Saturday, and happily it arrived on Monday via my 2-day free prime option. We were leaving the lake on Monday, so I had to hustle it up to get it going.The packaging was great, two smaller boxes in the bigger retail packaging contained the camera placed inside the weather proof housing in one, and all the accessories in another.There are some comments on here about figuring out how to work this…I had absolutely no issues whatsoever. I took it out of the packaging, while my 9 year old opened the accessories box, and I would saying within 2 minutes had the batteries and memory card in (one is included, but I bought an SanDisk one with larger capacity) and the thing standing on our kitchen table taking 2-second time lapses of my daughter making funny faces as a test. There are only 3 buttons on the whole thing…the only part that might take some adjusting to this non-touch screen in this « touch screen world » we live in is that the menu navigation is using these 3 buttons in an overloaded manner, similar to the old flip-phones we use to live in where two buttons had primary functions, but also were used to navigate around menu options and settings. But it was no problem figuring it out.Starting a recording is crazy simple…out of the box, if you took the default settings, it is literally turning the unit on, and pressing the OK button 2x and away it starts. Obviously, if you are going to change the setting like most people would, you have to go through the aforementioned menu and settings process, but I don’t find it to be confusing. There is a button labeled « menu » and another labeled « time »…really easy to work through what to have to do. Again, in a matter of 2-3 minutes, I had it up and recording on our kitchen table.Viewing the videos was simple…all you need to do to stop the recording process is hold down the « OK » button…it stops recording, displays a « processing » message, and thats it. Then pop the card out, and I was able to insert it into my MacBook, goto finder/explorer and see it as a drive with a folder with the .avi file…click on it, my MacBook opens it as a .mov file and there it was!The video quality was good, maybe even very good. It was very much 720p like. Anyone looking for the latest super-high-def-crazy-4k-whatever will probably find a bone to pick here. But it was far from pixelated…very reasonably clear, all reasonable details perfectly clear. It was a great time lapse of my daughter being silly at the kitchen table.After this test, I took it out to set it up. It comes with a couple thin bungee cords that stretch nicely and were perfect for wrapping around a tree. The bungee cords have hooks that attach to eye holes in the weatherproof housing. I tried to eyeball the view from my planned attachment point, and had a rough idea from the preview on the screen what I was looking at. The display on the unit itself isn’t great, so don’t expect a lot of clarity…but it enough to give you an idea of what you are framing…but you really can’t tell anything specific about how well the details of within your frame are going to pop in the images. There is a « focus » mode, but I didn’t try it (yet). What I did was take a test shot from the angle…then I took the card out and looked at the video on my MacBook. I was satisfied with the focus as it was set, so didn’t touch it…but I know others have complained about needing to use a small screwdriver to adjust focus. I suspect that they set the focus assuming that the target is somewhat a distance away (20’+), so that is probably the default focus. I might have been able to dial it in just a bit more, but honestly given the nature of the time lapse video, I am not sure it would matter. My recommendation would be to just allow yourself some time to setup and position the camera, take a test vid, take it down, and check on your laptop/pc how it came out, and adjust from there. For me, it was a fairly quick process.The ergonomics of setup are going to be a bit cumbersome. So, it actually straps to things very easily…the bungee system worked for me, and it was less than a minute to tie it a tree limb. One it is strapped on though, access to the display and buttons are compromised a bit. But the bungee has enough give where I could kind of pull it from the tree a few inches to see the display and hit the buttons. I didn’t find it to be a huge deal. Also, certainly you could set the thing recording and then go ahead and strap it up. I didn’t use the included mounting bracket, but it looks useful. In any event, I was pleasantly surprised how quickly this thing got up and running.The enclosure has some rubber button « contacts » that let you interact with the 3 buttons of the unit while the camera is in the enclosure. It occurred to me just now, after reading some other reviews of people who set it up and didn’t get the desired video they wanted, I wonder if it is possible that when using it in a scenario like I did (a tree covered with bark), if bungee’d on irregular services if it is possible for pressure to be placed on a button and for it to foul up a recording. To be clear, I did NOT observe this at all, and I think it is a long shot….but I guess it is possible. I would think it would take a rather unfortunate set of surface conditions and just the right level of pressure in the right spot, but I guess it is possible, though I would say unlikely.Overall, I think for $300 this is an excellent option. If there are other options for another weatherproofed time lapse camera setup that I can get 30+ days of shots out of the battery, I would love to hear about it. Nothing jumped out at me. Even in the reviews here, people complained and said they were going to return it for another option, but nobody has posted what that option might be. I think it is reasonably easy to use…in fact, setup is fairly quick out of the box. There is a quick start card included, and it was easy enough to follow. You can be taking time lapses in less that 5 minutes with this, and I would say if you want to be very particular about making sure your camera is placed well and focused, allow yourself 20-30 minutes of setup (I didn’t fuss with the focus, but it seems easy enough). If you are concerned about focus, I would forget relying on the screen. Take a test shot, then view the video…tedious, but probably the best bet.I would happily pay a couple hundred $$$ more for the ability to control via an app, and even get a live view to aid in setup and focusing.There may be better options out there, but I didn’t see anything that jumped out of me for out-of-the-box solutions for outdoor long term battery use around this price point. Maybe a gopro with some weatherproof housing options?I am letting this run for a month, and we’ll see what we get. I will come back and post results, but I am giving it a 4-star rating for now. I will adjust based on the results I get. But I am very satisfied so far!
M. G (client confirmé) –
Camera works well and as expected. When you place it outdoors though, rain will cause it to fog and thus hampering the video. Also it is very hard to focus it once set in place. It is a crap shoot until you pull it down to watch the playback. The best videos I got were when I took the card out and put it in my laptop to see if the focus was right. But this requires many steps. The end product is good though if you can get a focused shot, and no rain.