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We will also showcase images and videos taken by the cameras as well as notifying you about firmwear updates and the latest news from the Ltl Acorn factory.
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Okay, enough of the guff and onto something a little more interesting.
Back in January 2015 South Australia had some of the worst bushfires in recent memory rip through over 31000 acres of bush and farm land which resulted in the loss of 27 homes. One of our Govt clients had a Ltl Acorn 5210A camera set up in the bushland and the camera kept recording right up it melted from the intense heat. The SD card was recovered and the images stitched together to form this time lapse video.