Thank you, although I think it would all fall under the heading of “prior art.”
I did take about 20 or 30 miles of video (not time-lapse photos) last night to test the camera and mount. Other than the Fusion Studio software bringing out a previously-unknown bug that was preventing my CPU fan speed from responding to temperatures, it was uneventful. There’s no evidence of any vibration, harmonics, or anything else untoward.
The video quality itself is unremarkable by human eye standards. But in fairness, leaves on trees are a very complex thing for cameras to handle. The fact that I can actually see that they’re leaves rather than a mass of green blur is actually somewhat impressive, especially considering that the camera was moving at highway speed.
The signage is readable, however, which is the most useful thing for my purposes.
I’ll probably edit some excerpts from the video (the whole video is ~ 80GB) and upload them somewhere as soon as I figure out how. I’ve never worked with 360 video before. I also have a few screenshots that I’ll upload after I get some revenue work done.