2020 has been an unconventional year full of postponing plans and isolation from loved ones. During this holiday season we have been reflecting on our lessons learned and being particularly thankful for the little things that got us through this year.
Whether it was discovering new hobbies like baking, puzzling, at home science experiments, creating short films, or capturing house plants in action Brinno has been right there with you.
Researchers across the world in various fields had their research using Brinno cameras published in respected peer reviewed journals including, Livestock Science, Forensic Science International: Synergy, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Computer and Electronics in Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries, and Biofilm.
Though construction slowed down this year many users from countries across the world used Brinno cameras to document their projects including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, USA, England, France, Romania and Chile.
From our Brinno family to yours we wish everyone health and happiness in 2021. We have big things planned and can’t wait to share them with all of you.
Check out some of our favorite articles from 2020:
Developing strategies to mitigate coral bleaching with the help of time lapse in the Maldives
Content creator Spotlight – Photographer and Director Alvaro Reyes
Find out why thousands of people are using Brinno time lapse to document the construction of their dream home