Hey all, I'm thinking of doing a time lapse video of a day at the record store (or a few hours....we'll see). I understand how to set up the camera, go with manual focus, etc. I'm just not sure what a good time interval might be. Some of it will obviously be determined by the length of the finished video (Obviously, I'd like to keep it short so I don't bore the viewer to tears) and some will be determined by how long I shoot for (the amount of time I want to compress down). But in between there is some leeway. Do any of you with experience doing these know what interval works well for people movement (when they will largely be standing around). Maybe I need to just sit down and do some math. I just figure if some of you have done some (with human) it might save me some time (and thinking.....oh how I hate thinking). I suppose I could err on the side of shooting too many and just throw away some frames. But I'm guessing there is a sweet spot interval.