I shot this test video the other day. It was pretty windy (gusts up to 20mph) and I had a teenager with heavy thumbs operating the gimbal, that aside, the footage looks really soft to me. I was using a 24 IS lens set to infinity and a Canon 5 d. The footage has had no post done to it. I was shooting with a shutter speed of around 200th of a sec, aperture of around F16, frame rate: 60fps. I was always of the belief that your shutter speed should be double your frame rate (or half depending which way you look at it) so 30 fps would be 60 th of a sec. 60 fps would be 125th of sec etc. I read a post by Josh who mentioned he goes up to 4x the frame rate in wind, hence the reason I choose 200th. So is this caused by vibration? or is this a camera settings issue? Is it salvageable in post, or is it toast? :; Any suggestions input would be welcomed.