I was bored, and I couldn't sleep, so I took out the D300 for a little time lapse stuff... nothing too terribly interesting, but I'll be doing more of this soon... It was a fun way to kill about 5 hours. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAyS0FeAtEI ***EDIT So you don't have to dig through the thread *** I used Windows movie maker to make mine. You can use Imovie on a mac. For any of you that want to do this that don't have movie software, it can be accomplished in Adobe Photoshop CS3. File > Scripts > Load Files into Stack > Follow prompts and select all your photos Then: Window > Workspace > Video and Film Then in the "frames" window: Click the little menu icon at the top right (just below the X to close that specific window) > Make Frames From Layers Then: File > Export > Render Video Reasons to do this in Photoshop: It allows for cropping without the loss of quality. It assigns one picture per frame (which any of the free software I've found doesn't do) It lets you export to formats like .avi and .mov if you want high quality vids Reasons not to do this in Photoshop: Jesus, it takes forever..