$2000-$3000 Camera for Real Estate Video

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      Hey everyone!

      I’m looking to get some new gear to shoot walkthrough videos for real estate. I’m currently using a Nikon D5200 with a Glidecam XR200. I usually shoot with a Bower 8MM fisheye lens because of how tight the spaces can get indoors. So far i’m really disappointed with the video quality in low light on the D5200 and I find the video isn’t as smooth as i’d like since the camera doesn’t shoot 1080p at 60FPS.

      I’m open to suggestions for DSLR’s and Camcorders. I am also open to recommendations about lighting solutions that might help my quality during walkthroughs. So far the feedback i’ve gotten from peers is to stick to DSLR for ease of sense changing. But i’ve heard that some camcorders allow for this as well. My two biggest priorities are video smoothness (ideally 1080p at 60fps), and good low light performance.

      Thanks in advance for your suggestions!



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