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Is there a self timer & time lapse app?

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by rjsurfer, Jan 22, 2012.

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    I'm enjoying the camera (when there is enough light) and I'm wondering if there is a built in self timer or time lapse ability? or maybe an app?

    Ron W.
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    Don't see a timer for pics... Strange.

    But there is a time lapse. Turn the video camera on, hit the settings icon, and you'll see a halfish circle with a dot or something, that's the time lapse. Comes out like this




    -edit-

    Ok, it's actually little more than a half circle with a one in the middle.
    [​IMG]
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    I agree on the self timer wish there was one also.. also wish you could lower the video settings for mms. Any video apps for that?

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    Camera Zoom FX has time lapse
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    Lapse it on the market is a great app. Has several options for video quality.
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    Found the time lapse in the menu, thanks....

    Ron W.
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    Didn't see an option for regular video?

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    that's the default option. If you have time lapse turned on, you have to shut it off to get back to normal video.

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    I had no idea the Nexus had time lapse:hail:
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    Autocam for android supports self-timer with adjustable delay. Also it suports shots from distance by whistling, clapping hands.

    Very useful app
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