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Do you know if i can take time-lapse photography with the Canon SD600? If so, please help me find where to set it? Can i have a shooting interval of 4hours, for a duration of 6 weeks?

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Possibly through the use of the canon remote capture software - and hooking the camera up to a laptop.

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