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In my testing, NO. I used a 60-second interval (see video) and the battery lasted 136 minutes, and I have repeated this test a few times. Your best bet is to do what I did and buy the battery charger, which will charge a battery before the other one runs out. Then, during your interval at some point, change the battery and re-start the time-lapse. You can do ...
Normally yes, because the bigger energy consumption is during the the time of taking photo. But the function is not linear because the component of camera consume some energy even if they do nothing. So do not expect for 10 sec interval to have battery for 25 hours
Best guess, the intervalometer is either bad or improperly configured.
I ended up solving this by doing a very large DIY project. Essentially I took a Canon P&S, modified the power button so it'll turn on when the external timer turns on solar power. I then modified the firmware using CHDK and the Ultimate Intervalometer script, which automatically takes 1 photo every 7 minutes. The photos are saved to the Eye-Fi card, ...
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