Jupiter's rotation, taking into account its big size (more than 10 times bigger than Earth) is surprisingly high. Concretely it completes a whole rotation every 9 hours and 50 minutes (approximately). That means that in a complete night observation session one could see all its surface.
Moreover, we could take a picture of it every few minutes and use them to produce a video of its rotation. Last week we travelled to Olvera, a nice town in the Cádiz mountains (south of Spain) and we carried our equipment with us to try to record the rotation of the giant planet.