One of the extra features found with the Galaxy Nexus' camcorder is the ability to shoot time-lapse video. For those unacquainted with the concept - search Google. Just kidding. When shooting in time-lapse mode the handset is simply taking an image (or a very short video fragment) at a certain interval - say each 1, 1.5, 2.5, 3, 5 or 10 seconds. Once you click the Stop recording button, it combines these images or videos to create a normal video. The thing about this is that it lets you fit a long period of time into a short, more watchable video.
End results of time-lapse video are usually quite cool (depending on what you shoot), and we wanted to give it try on our Galaxy Nexus. Check out the result below:
(Note that this time-lapse was made using a 2-second interval, so it can be made either slower or faster, depending on your preference.)