Ok, so I feel pretty competent at the technical side of still photography, but I have little experience with video. My set up was my GF1 w/ the 20mm and a tripod. I used MF since the subject (jazz band) isn't moving front to back and I didn't want the AF hunting. The room is very dark (needing approx 1 sec exposure for a properly exposed still). I did a quick search for movie tips with the GF1 in low light and someone suggested using Shutter Speed priority at 1/30 and I believe Nostalgic film mode, so I used that. I think ISO was at 400. I didn't really have time to do a lot of testing before hand. I did also push the exposure comp up a notch or two. Here are the results: [ame=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApkhYQ91BSE]FPJC - Mercy Mercy Mercy, The Chicken - YouTube[/ame] (you can view it 720p (click on Watch on Youtube) for the best quality youtube offers) So, please offer any suggestions on what I could have done differently in this setting? (The audio obviously came from an external source and was added in post.) Overall the results are passable for basic video capture of an event, but the quality is really low, imo. I'm looking for any suggestions to improve it.