Really comes down to what you

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Really comes down to what you need more, video or stills? I shoot both professionally. I always carry a video capable Point & Shoot to primarily shoot stills with but if I need video I can switch back and forth. As is, a DSLR with video will be your better bet since you shoot more stills. However, if you have a heavier need for video a dedicated camcorder will be the better option. Often, when I'm in full video mode when possible I'll mount my PnS on my video cam and shoot some quick stills. Main thing is to use the gear you need to concentrate on the primary focus of your work…..

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