I've wondered about this for a while. What is the frequency that atmospheric distortions impact lucky imaging for planetary astrophotography?
For example, would a movie of 1000 frames, each 1ms exposure, total duration1 s, be a better or worse strategy than a 100 frame movie with 10 ms exposures, same total duration 1 s? Alternatively, one could capture 1000 x 1 ms frames, but at a lower frequency, say 1/10 x for an exposure range alos covering 10 s.
The underlying issue follows: Is it better to acquire a quick burst of frames in a short period, which I guess assumes that atmospheric distortion is occurring on a fast time scale; or should the total exposure be spread over a longer period, which I guess implies that atmospheric distortion is occurring over a longer period. I have no clue how to find out about this either in general, nor for my home suite,