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It sounds like a good camera for its price. I think my church has one of these.
But for someone who wants to make films, films, you would want a lot more manual control. Something you’ll want to grow familiar with is manipulating the depth of field, the relations between shutter speed and aperture size, and other somewhat advanced techniques. Also shot composition and lighting are important to have strength in.

If I were you though, I would probably go for a Canon HV20 or the Sony HDR series. I think there’s a lot more going for those cameras than the panasonic.

Hmm, I’ll have to check those out! Thanks for the advice! ^^

Birdcat: Don’t worry about it… and… I was worried that the visual quality would degrade with an older version of the panasonic series… that’s the only reason I haven’t tried the others.
I’ve tried numerous 3 chips, but all of them really cheap.

jockey: Now I wish I had 3000 dollars :'(

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