Doesn't look like anything is wrong with the camera.
Just looks like you aren't holding the camera very steady.
Use a tripod, or look into other 'steady cam' devices to shoot video while you move.
Thanks for the comment. I did use a steadycam but for some reason when im just moving through the wood parts it just looks not clear almost as if the camera was going in and out of focus in a very fast speed are you able to see that?
There is an effect called rolling shutter, but, it wasn't particularly noticeable given the general overall jerkiness of the video.
Rolling shutter occurs because dSLRs capture video line by line. When you move quickly from left to right the last line read from the sensor can be slightly offset from the first line. In sever cases it can give objects a jello look. But, it tends to be more of a geewiz thing, as generally in good video you won't be panning left and right quickly over the same area.
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