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“d-slrs heat up, and got restrictions on how long you can record…”
While that’s true for some DSLRs, it doesn’t apply globally (e.g. the Panasonic GF/GH series are only limited by the size of your card and don’t seem to be subject to overheating- you can also focus while shooting, which is a plus). I really like Canon’s HV series (in 2008, my first HD camera after shooting with a DVC30 for a while), but to get the most out of it takes thoughtful lighting design and some care with set-up.