I've been shooting some videos around the house and I'm surprised at the clarity, but I'm not sure that I'm doing this video thing right. I'm well schooled in the photographic functions of a camera, but I'm a noob when it comes to video (usually set the camcorder to dummy mode and shoot away). A couple of issues that I'm not sure about. 1) Even when my subject is fairly static (1 month old baby), the focus seems to bounce a little. Just enough to be distracting. 2) Slight movements seem to induce the wobble or jello effect that I thought would be eliminated moving from my EP3 I am using aperture mode and shooting at f2-2.8 depending on the lens (Oly 12mm and PL25). I am also using the continuous AF. Would it help to stop the lens down some? Is the jello effect from a shutter speed that is too slow? Would I be better off using a different focusing method and/or moving to a faster shutter speed?