I'm a photographer experimenting with video on my Nikon 750 DSLR. I'm learning about it, but I am still confused. Ok, I'm shooting 25p at 1/50th second f8 iso 500, lens the best 24-70 f2.8, crystal sharp for stills. Manual focus, focus locked at three metres away, on widest setting 24mm, aperture of f8 should give enough depth of field to give a sharpish overall image. Camera on manfrotto video head - Locked off. I have an HD TV and what I am seeing on my 21" imac playing back the .mov file is nothing special at all. It's like the best super 8, or the worst 16mm film I used to use and nothing like HD broadcasts on my TV, not even half as good. ok there is no sunshine to bring out the colours, it's a dull day so no contrast to give a sharp look but it still looks mediocre and nothing like broadcast HD shot on a similarly dull day. I cannot spend another week researching all of this on the net. It's giving me a headache. I do not think going to an atomos from the camera is going to dramatically improve the images. Shots of people walking towards camera, the people look jerky. Rolling shutter is one thing when you do a fast pan, but you want to see motion depicted naturally, Put it to 60p at 1/125 second and the jerkiness is reduced, but then it has a very video, non film-like look. Has anyone actually made a 'film' on a D750? I don't think people are, as on the net it is all marketing, 22 bit or 24 bit, full 10 codec or bit rate this or that, nonsense ! There is no website that shows any proper short dramas or documentaries shot on this camera that I can find??? If anyone has any experience in all of this I would appreciate some help?