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I can't see any information about the types of lenses used which will have a major impact in comparing the two cameras.
It is a cool video Dan Chung. I like the way he uses 'effects' that could be considered as inherent issues with a camera with video capacities...
If you look at the DOF for each video, the nikon video is much more in focus which tells me the video was shot at a higher f-stop value. The canon lens could have been a better lens (f2.8) because you can see in the video very easily the objects and people close and far away are out of focus.
I think it is a 50Hz or 60Hz issue. Try filming the same thing at the same time with both cameras. And with samme fps if possible. Btw. I am thinking about buying the 7D or wait for Nikon D800.