My puppy over the last few months....
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By the way, I'm just using a normal 55mm lens for my video. While I pan in the forest, it's blurry. Is it the lens or shutter speed that I should use/change? Does that have to do anything with my setting of 720p?
1080p/30 gives higher static resolution but lower temporal resolution. At certain rates of camera or subject motion, the effective resolution of 1080p/30 will drop below 720p/60.
Is this due to rolling shutter, or something else?
The TV networks ABC, FOX, ESPN and A&E use only 720p/60. Most others use 1080/30. So both 1080/30 and 720p/60 are truly HD and both part of the ATSC HD standard.
If nothing else was in the region of your AF points, I think you've kind of answered your own question, that the environmentals used at the concert are messing with the AF.
"mix position" is called Front of house, or FOH. The "Haze" you are referring to is from a fogger, this isn't just water mist though, it's a chemical mix that is slightly opaque to create that "beam" effect with the lights, so it's not as simple as filtering because the fog itself is not transparent.
Why not just use manual focus?
What auto-focus settings are you using? I've been shooting with single-point expanded, mostly on one shot.