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I would tend to shoot that at 60p - 1/120th shutter speed. But still, it its moving you are better to try to pan with the train to grab the detail of it. If the object would be blurry in a still at 1/50th than its going to be blurry in video.
Are you going right from the camera to YouTube? If so, don't do that. You need to edit the videos and them save them in H264 format for best results.
Straws give a tighter light pattern. Go without for a softer spread.
Which camera do you have now?
Maybe for now. I would like to see 60fps be the new standard
It IS a good camera, its just you get more camera for less with the T4i. If that isn't a showstopper you will likely be happy with it. I think you get more for your money with the Sony NEX lineup though.
Look at the Sony A99. This is a DSLR design but is a mirrorless camera. The viewfinder is actually a small monitor. You are still looking through the lens, but with advanced features.
Given that I took examples from magazines....no
I think the passport is because its based on the light hitting the subject. The ExpoDisc is fine if used from the subject's position towards where the camera will be. When used improperly from the position of the camera it will not be as accurate.
The RA333 is a great option. I love the control and quality. I haven't played with the video much on the NEX7 but if you can manually set the audio controls or disable AGC it is ideal, otherwise it will still give you better audio, it will just take a little more fiddling with settings to get the ideal balance.