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Subject: Re: timer function
From: "Paul Willison" wolfen49508
Date: Mon Jun 3, 2013 10:14 am ((PDT))
I know that purchasing used may not be the answer, but I've picked up 2 LS-=
7's on Ebay this year, both for under $100, both included all original box =
and additions. =A0 I've also picked up 2 LS-11s for about $130 range each, =
and an LS-10 for just over $100. =A0 Obviously I'm on my own should one fai=
l or need repair, but given the savings, and the fact that I have also done=
 so in the past(LS-10s going back 3 years....when I could get them for $50!=
) and have not had a single failure yet, it's been well worth it. =A0=A0

From: Gene Dorcas <>
Sent: Monday, June 3, 2013 12:13 PM
Subject: RE: [Nature Recordists] timer function

I've looked through the manual for the LS-12 and it appears that the "timer=
functions of the LS-7 are not included.


 On Behalf Of Klas Strandberg
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2013 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] timer function


I have the same problem.
Does anyone know about a drawing / description over the remote
control function of the Sony D-50?? Or some other brand / model??
That would perhaps be a way.


At 14:09 2013-06-03, you wrote:
>Does anyone know if one of the better portable recorders ( EIN better than
>-118 dBu ) has a timer function like the Olympus LS-7 had? I would have
>bought the LS-7 just for that function but it is no longer in production.
>Is there any alternative? Did Olympus include the timer in the LS-12 which
>replaced the LS-7?
>Barring that, is there any other way to set a recorder in a remote
>location for a few days and have it come on and record for an hour or two
>at a specified time?
>The only other approach I can think of is to install a 32GB SD card in my
>LS-11 and attach an external battery that will allow it to run
>continuously for 32 hours, but that is far from ideal and not exactly what
>I want to do.
>Many thanks.
>John Crockett
>Westminster, Vermont
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