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For me it looks like you use Auto whitebalance. Try to set the whitebalance to one particular value depend of the light you shoot.
Don't use auto white balance and use manual exposure. Auto white balance will guess at what is white and may shift while you are running video on some cameras (which makes sense since often people may move from one room to another while shooting or lighting conditions could change. Manual exposure will preserve luminosity. Auto exposure shouldn't change ...
I use the Rode Video Mic's for both my DSLR's when filming weddings and they give a good sound. around £50-70 they cost I think I normally have them attached at all times (when sound is needed) as it does give a fuller sound while getting some of the ambiance out of the picture.
They mean the exact same thing they do in the photography context. The mm measurement is the focal length. It determines the angle of view the lens produces (ie, how "zoomed in" it appears.) Lenses with a range are zoom lenses where the angle of view can be adjusted. "Zoom" is otherwise not a meaningful thing. Optically, zoom just means you can change ...
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