I've been experimenting with a variable neutral-density filter on my NEX-6, mostly in the interests of being able to shoot at a consistent shutter speed that allows some degree of motion blur (e.g. 1/60 of a second) without having to resort to a tiny aperture. However, what I'm experiencing makes me wonder if manual control over exposure is possible when shooting video with this camera. I set the camera in 'S' mode and adjust the shutter speed to 1/60. I then adjust the neutral-density filter until I get an aperture I'm happy with (e.g. f8). However, when I press the video record button to start filming, the indicated shutter speed jumps to 1/120. I tried 'M' mode as well, but with similar results. Is it possible to get full manual control for video with an NEX-6? I thought there was, based on the research I'd done before buying the camera last year, but now I'm wondering if that's the case. On my old Panasonic GH1, there's a special mode for video manual control (if you're in 'A', 'S', or 'M' the camera is still doing full auto-exposure for video) but there's no such mode setting on Sonys.