Wait, so you can't tap an object and have AF track it as it moves within the frame?
I have been and still using two Magic Lantern'ed Canon 60D for basic corporate video shoots. Being it was released sometime ago, it doesn't need today's superfast SD card. For your budget, I think you can't go wrong with a 60D. Hell I'm still making a living with them.
Check out Aputure's VS2 and VS3.
I'm interested in these new lights since they came out, have you compared its output with other LED panels? I do mostly interviews with 3 softboxed CFL lights (2x150 W each).
(continued), I thought why not. 'future proof' my casual documentation. Turns out the rolling shutter jello was soooo bad it was totally unusable unless you have near zero movement. In the end, I lost the opportunity. But anyway, I still think it's awesome that these mobile devices are growing so fast, hopefully it will force camera makers to innovate faster.
There was a great historic event about a week ago, with massive people rallying over main roads and I thought just for fun, this time I will leave my DSLR at home and document it casually with my 4K UHD Galaxy