Hey Bill,Great question.

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Hey Bill,

Great question. Of the cameras you mentioned, I’d go with the EX3 but others are good too. However, If you want to provide an amazing video with an affordable price tag. I’d go with an HDSLR like the Canon 7D, 6D mark 2, or 60D. It gives you the “Hollywood” look and feel. It’s definitely where video is going.

I just bought the Canon 60D a few months ago and love it. I’ll be shooting a wedding next weekend with it. There is a learning curve to it, but it produces a stunning video image.

I have a podcast and website that teaches people how to run a wedding video business. I just interviewed someone who uses HDSLR’s on his wedding videos and has stunning results. It should be up in the coming weeks. Check it out now, along with the podcasts that are already up there.

http://www.ImproveMyWeddingVideo.com

Best of luck,

Jeff Long

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