I watched a few seconds... looks like the shutter is slow - usually happens under not-very-good indoor lighting conditions. As well, high compression video capture is not your friend when it comes to fast motion.
The manual will normally tell you the "acceptable" memory cards. This usually does not include using a micro-card in an adapter. That is an "unsupported configuration".
The camcorder's manual should have a "troubleshooting" section that describes different symptoms. Because the micro card in an adapter is not support, there won't be any information in there.
Step 1: Add light. This should allow the shutter speed to increase.
Since we don't know which cell phone you use, we don't know what file type/video format is being captured by it... a MOV or AVI file type with h.264 video inside is a LOT different than AVCHD-compressed video.
Many apologies if this is on the wrong forum/wrong thread/topic but i have very little clue about camcorders and needed some help.
Basically i bought a very standard HD Video camera the other week (new) and went to do some filming. I have put a new memory card in, a miniature one that i then put into a bigger plastic holder thing to fit into the camcorder, 16gb in size i believe not 100% sure on class though i'm pretty sure it's class 10.
Anyway when i go to record in HD it stops recording automatically after only a couple of minutes and when i record in 720p it comes out like this
If anyone could give me an idea as to why this is and how to get a decent quality video i would appreciate it. At the moment my mobile phone records better than my camcorder.