I'm looking for a way to take pictures at an interval that is precise up to two decimal places using my Canon 550D. Is that possible, preferably using Magic Lantern or some other software solution?
The reason why I want to do this is the following:
I'm using a 33rpm vinyl turntable as a rotating table on which I placed a plant. Now I want to create a time-lapse of the growth of the plant while it appears to rotate only a little bit every frame. However, in real life it completes one rotation every 1.82 seconds.
If I would take a picture every 1.82 seconds the plant would appear to be non-rotating. By adding a phase shift of several hundreds of seconds I hope to capture the plant as if it rotates very little every frame.
Why this elaborate scheme? This is what I have lying around and I thought I would give a try.
As I read the question back I realise it's very specific, but a possible answer could come in handy for scientific applications as well so I hope that the question will be kept open.