Originally Posted by Dave Mack
ok, now the comparison vid. You will see the effect is gone when dynamic is turned off.
Dave I'm really not seeing any jello in that video. What I see looks like the lens trying to play catchup with the camera and it's not fast enough to do so.
For me the video at least the one you posted would be an acceptable picture if you weren't shaking it. Did you do a video where you were actually walking with it in daylight? I'd love to see a raw file of you just walking normally in daylight trying your best to keep it smooth and steady.
That will be very telling.
If you have one like that I'd like the raw file to put on my bigger TV.
Ken is right, you can use Program P or AE Mode (I forget which) and you get all the benefits of auto settings and the benefits of your own manual settings. That was the mode I used mostly when I had mine.
Canon's AWB can't figure out differences in lighting (most cams can't) so I used the kelvin adjustment. Too bad when you put it on the rear wheel you can't spin the dial and adjust it if you could that would be very cool. You have to use the touch screen.