Can the Logitech Circle 2 shoot time-lapse video?
Best answer: Yes, both the wired and wireless versions of the Logitech Circle 2 home security camera can produce a time-lapse video of the entire day, so you can see all the activity the camera picked up over 24 hours in about 30 seconds.Amazon: Wired Logitech Circle 2 ($158)Amazon: Wireless Logitech Circle 2 ($163)
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Getting a 30-second time-lapse video of the past 24 hours is a convenient way of looking through your Circle 2's footage quickly to see if something isn't right, rather than the alternative of scrubbing through hours and hours of video manually.
The best part about Logitech Circle 2 time-lapse video? It's free! You don't have to pay for extra storage or any extra features because the Circle 2 lets you store up to 24 hours of clips in the cloud for free.
It's all in the app
All the footage you record can be viewed on the iOS and Android apps, including a live feed if you want to check in on your home while you're away. If you do choose to sign up for more storage or any customization options — like setting motion-detection zones, all that can be done from the app with just a few taps of your fingers!
Versatile and easy to use!
The Circle 2 features a 180-degree 1080p camera with up to 15 feet of night vision. It's also got a microphone and speaker, so you can listen to and talk with the device. Plus, the iOS and Android apps make it super easy to review footage or watch look through the camera from wherever you are!
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