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time-lapse

[tahym-laps] /ˈtaɪmˌlæps/
adjective
1.
done by means of time-lapse photography:
a time-lapse study of the blooming of a flower.
Origin
1925-1930
1925-30
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  • Progress will be watched through a microscope, by time-lapse photography.
  • There's time-lapse photography, footage shot on infrared film and some nail-biting moments that are milked for melodrama.
  • Click play on the screen below to watch a time-lapse video of this historic event.
  • See the tide roll in and out in this time-lapse video.
  • Watch a time-lapse video of the display construction.
  • There's also a time-lapse record mode, which is great for capturing a sunset or sunrise over the course of an hour.
  • It was a brick-by-brick effort, and it looks pretty amazing in this time-lapse video.

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