Hey all video experts, The company I work for has been commissioned to record a timelapse of the construction of large Christmas tree and Christmas decorations in the lobby of big hotel over a 2 week period. In the past, when we've done timelaspe, we've just recorded the footage using the intervalometer function on our Panasonic-HVX. However, recording for two weeks (even at only 1 frame per second) would be far too large to fit on tape or P2 cards. So, we're kind of stumped on how to go about doing this. What's the best way to record timelapse for such a large period of time? Should we use a video camera or still camera? Is there a relatively cheap (under $1000) still camera out with an intervalomter function that would do the trick? Is there a way to store the media on to some type of external hard drive? Thanks in advance for any help.