So who says the Canon 400D can't do video? Eirik Solheim shows how...this link is more informative than the ones above, which are included in the embed code (I'd rather not remove them out of respect to the maker).
Mike (Thanks to Rory)
Featured Comment by Eirik Solheim: "Thank you for embedding 'the right way' and including the link to the article on my blog. And I didn't think of that, but quite interesting that the last thing I did with my old 400D is make a video...My upgrade is a brand new HD-shooting 5D Mark II. :-) The 400D has served me well. 37,000 images in two years. And surviving everything from the dessert around Marrakech and the icy cold winter mountains of Norway."
Featured Comment by Paul Kramarchyk, Barkhamsted, Connecticut: "I love these things, seasonal time lapse. Noting the slow turning and unfolding of the seasons is the core of my spiritual makeup. The wonder of nature’s ways. I’m not a religious person in the conventional sense and my day job is as a hardboiled nuclear engineer. But when not occupied with daily chores and the onslaughts of life I’m musing about the coming season and reflecting on the last. When I was six we moved from a bad tenement in the city to a small house in the country. No running water, two seater out back, hand pumped well at the bottom of the hill (froze in winter, dried up in summer). It was the best year of my life, an awakening, 100% heaven. I was able to see, smell, hear, and feel each season come and go. The experience of that year was so profound that it has stayed with me to this day. I’m now 60. I live in the country (nine miles to milk and bread). But now I have running water from a well. My thanks to Eirik Solheim."