Below are the cameras that support Time Lapse:
Reolink WiFi/PoE cameras:
RLC-510A, RLC-520A, RLC-810A, RLC-811A, RLC-812A, RLC-820A, RLC-822A, RLC-823A, RLC-823A 16X, RLC-824A, RLC-830A, RLC-833A, RLC-842A, RLC-1210A, RLC-1212A, RLC-1224A, RLC-1220A, RLC-410W (hardware IPC_30K), RLC-510WA, RLC-511WA, RLC-523WA, RLC-542WA, E1 (hardware IPC_566/561), E1 Pro (hardware IPC_566), E1 Zoom (hardware IPC_566), E1 Outdoor, E1 Outdoor PoE, Reolink Duo 2 PoE, Reolink Duo 2 WiFi, Reolink Duo Floodlight PoE, Reolink Duo Floodlight WiFi, Reolink TrackMix PoE, Reolink TrackMix WiFi, RLC-81MA.
Reolink Battery-powered cameras with firmware updated:
Argus 2, Argus 3, Argus Pro, Argus 2E, Argus 3 Pro, Argus Eco, Argus PT, Reolink Go PT, Reolink Go with nano SIM card slot, Reolink Go PT Plus, Reolink Go Plus, KEEN Ranger PT, Reolink Duo 2, Reolink Duo 2 LTE, Reolink TrackMix, Reolink TrackMix LTE, Reolink TrackMix LTE Plus.
1. If you connect the cameras that support time-lapse to the NVR, the time-lapse function can not be used between the camera and NVR.
2. Other models (which have hardware versions like IPC_381/IPC_513/IPC_515 etc) and Reolink Duo WiFi, Reolink Duo PoE, Reolink Video Doorbell WiFi, Reolink Video Doorbell PoE, B400, B500/D500, B800/D800, B1200/D1200 DON'T support Time Lapse even with the firmware updated.
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