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- May 2, 2012 at 11:33 PM #49643AnonymousInactive
Hey everyone, I am creating a video which will be set in a nightclub environment. Are there any cameras that you would suggest for filming in this kind of environment? I am sorry if I posted in the wrong part of the forum also 😛
Thanks in advance!
DSLRs are great. The bigger the sensor the better.
I’ve been researching the Sony AX2000 lately – It is good to 1.5 Lux (The old Sony VX2100 used to go down to 1 Lux but is only SD).
I am seriously considering getting it – Here is another thread about it:
My Z5 has a similar sensor to the AX2000, and works great at wedding receptions. 1.5 lux.
I have an AX2000. GEAT in low light. I have no complaints about it. The 2 XLR inputs are also a great feature. The last video I shot was at a racetrack at night. The audio is screwed up because the announcer was in an enclosed room andI was about 300 feet away on a roof.Ihave remedied my sound issues of my wireless system. Here is the link if you want to see it.
I have been shooting a quite a few live music vids using a Panasonic AG-HMC150 and found it to work very good in low light situations.