Wifi or 4G LTE Camera can be connected to Wifi, or 4G with a microSIM card and an internet plan
Built-in solar panel and battery
Intervalle Mini. : 30 secondes Long term shooting : 30 seconds minimum - Event shooting or photo burst : 5 seconds minimum
JPEG + DNG As desired, Jpeg with or without sending / DNG on microSD card / Jpeg with or without sending + DNG on microSD card
Full HD, 4K, 6K Resolution of images send to myTikee of your choice : S for full HD, M for 4K, or L for full size 6K
3 advanced image sending modes Normal Mode : Sending every 25 pictures (by default) of the camera status and the pictures / Minimal Mode : sending once a day of the camera status and one picture / Sample Mode : sampling of the sent pictures, only 1 picture out of N is sent on myTikee
Autonomy optimization with adaptive interval Automatic adaptation of the interval by the camera to always guarantee the timelapse continuity regardless of the conditions
24/7 synchronisation via Always-On mode Remote access of the camera and on demand to follow its status and control it 24/7
Live video and photo snapshot Single-lens photo or video snapshot of 20sec upon request
3x more energy thanks to the external solar panel Possibility to connect an external solar panel
The best technologies for Professional Time Lapses
Two wide-angle lenses for an outstanding image quality; two photos combined for breathtaking scenic views. Choose between Full HD, 4K or 6K for your timelapse photography.
Our Tikee timelapse cameras are equipped with a high-performance battery for taking up to 6,000 photos without sunshine in "Event" mode.
Use 4G or Wi-Fi to send your data to myTikee, Enlaps’ secure cloud platform.
Adapt your Tikee timelapse camera’s connectivity to your needs.
After 3 years of using my timelapse camera, I can say that the Tikee solution has been an asset for my activity. Once you get familiar with it, the case quickly becomes an essential tool, with unrivalled value for money and, what’s more, made in France.
Frédéric Lardin, Tichodrone
Joseph Di Giovanna, professional filmmaker and photographer, reviews the Tikee camera that he is using for his 30 years long timelapse project