Still new to video and crawling up the learning curve...looking through Sony's owner's manual / handbook for the NEX-7, I can't seem to find absolute statements that clarifies something for me. Normally, setting ISO and using my legacy Canon FD lenses in Aperture mode, the camera reads the available light coming in and sets the shutter speed...no problem...and I can tweak ISO and/or aperture to affect the light to influence the shutter speed if I want to, etc. BUT...what about Video mode on the NEX-7 ? Does all that still hold true the same as if I was shooting a still...or does the Video feature do its own thing...possibly in conjunction with the whole frame rate thing, etc ?? My gut tells me the ISO / Aperture setting should still influence the shutter speed the same for both still and video...light is light, and if using legacy lenses there's no other automation that's involved...but I cannot for the life of me find absolute clarity in Sony's documentation.