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When i use the video setting on High Speed, the background is dark unlike the normal setting where the background is normal

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Think about it...when on high speed, the shutter isn't open as long as when on "normal", therefore, less light hits the sensor. You could try raising the ISO setting or raising the exposure compensation setting for more light.

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Since you have replaced the lamp, which is the normal cause for a dark picture. Have you checked your video settings?

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