My company’s marketing department is looking to buy a new video camera to record case studies, product videos and more. We are currently using a Panasonic HC-X-920 for the ease of use by staff members. We’d like to upgrade to a lower-end professional grade camcorder.
It needs to be easy to use, but durable – 4K not necessary. (We film often in quarried, aggregate operations and manufacturing facilities.)
I have no idea where to start on pricing – around $2,000 if possible. For interviews, we use a lavaliere mic.
We use a Sony PXW-X70 for shooting depositions, interviews and construction documentation videos. It works extremely well in full auto or in manual, is light weight and well balanced, and not too intimidating for a relative novice to use. We’ve owned it for three years and it has held up extremely well under all weather and job-site conditions.
Thanks, Jack! I’ll look into it.
Looking at the Canon EOS and Nikon D type of cameras
Canon cameras review: https://thedigitalcamera.net/canon-t7i-vs-77d-vs-t6i-vs-t6s-whats-the-difference/
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