can you give a few more details?
On all other Ricoh cameras you can leave the shutter speed, exposure time and ISO on auto and set the white-balance. Unfortunately on the Theta cameras you can’t do it so you have to choose shutter or ISO priority to enable the white-balance setting. I use ISO priority because it has a greater range of light that it can use without under/over exposing the image.
For daytime I set the ISO to lowest because the slower shutter speeds create movement blur which enhances the timelapse result. If you’re shooting on a cloudy day and want to be able to see the clouds then you should lower the exposure compensation a notch or two too as you can’t combine interval shooting with HDR.
At night i find it’s best to go full-manual as the auto exposures tend to be a bit conservative. On a tripod or clamp you can push the ISO & shutter speed towards their maximums but a lot of noise does creep in at higher ISOs.
Here’s one of my little-planet timelapses, a music video I made for a friend’s band: https://vimeo.com/219645935