This is a fun project I'm working on. I set the camera to shoot at a speed of 3.5 frames a second and this is what I got. I may need to bump it up a bit - the transition between the fourth and fifth image is not the same as the others. But for a first effort, it has potential. I need to work on a background and have some solid ideas. One of the issues I ran into is that the camera and or memory card will only transfer so much data at speed. I shoot with a large JPG format (Large + Fine) and RAW that the shots often overrun the cards ability to write. It would write fast enough to lock up the camera. So I bought a faster card. $$$ could solve everything. So even if I bumped up the speed of the frames, I may not be able to complete the cycle. So next time I go out and try this, I'll have a faster card. I also may drop the RAW aspect. In these shots, I set the camera for ISO 800, Speed priority to 1/1000 and manually set the WB to cloudy. Colors on the subject came out just right. I tried to get some batting shots, but the picture was always too crowded - you couldn't tell who the subject was. I have time to work that angle.