Start-Stop Times are handy settings that allow you to control how your camera works during one or two time periods during a day.
Setting different trigger intervals for different times of the day
In the first example, a camera on a feeder in Texas is set to take more frequent pictures during the day and evening when the deer are most active then take fewer pictures at night when the raccoons and feral hogs are active.
Running the camera only during part of the day
If you are using cameras for security, you may not want the camera taking pictures during the day when you are out and about at the location. In that case, set the start time for after you will be inside for the night and the stop time for shortly before you plan to be out again so that the camera takes pictures during the night but not while you are active outside. The camera will still take and send any event photos that are scheduled during the time when the camera is stopped.