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September 9, 2005 at 7:57 PM #42262OnTheHorizonMediaParticipant
This is my first post, but I’ve been an active looker in this forum. I know this topic has been beaten to death, but I would like your opinions on which camcorder I should purchase.
I am going to be making training/informational vidoes in both a controlled, studio-type setting (with controlled lighting) and also in live seminar settings (florecent lights, typical hotel meeting room environment – non-controlled lighting).
I’ve been looking at the following cameras and wonder which ones I should consider in the above application…..JVC GY-DV5000U, JVC GY-DV300U and Canon XL2. If I pick the JVC GY-DV300U I would be able to purchase two of them. Otherwise, I can only afford one camera.
If you have any other camera suggestions, please let me know. I’m open to suggestions.
September 12, 2005 at 7:10 PM #177731OnTheHorizonMediaParticipant
Thanks for your input on getting two cameras…I was thinking of that also.
Now…for the hard question…which camera should I choose for under $2500? I’m open to suggestions. I do like the GL-2 (I’ve used it in the past – great camera), but the
JVC GY-DV300U has 700 lines of resolutions and the GL-2 has 540 lines. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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