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That is a much better camera, but again, it is only 1 CMOS sensor. For something as important as Wedding videography, you are going to want 3 CMOS or CCD’s. One just won’t cut it in today’s society.
This is one of their older models. Not as old as the first one you asked about.
But your main problem here is this:
If you are going to film weddings with this camera, you WILL need at least 2 cameras. And they really should be the same one so that the color and lighting are the same when it comes time to edit.
If you are planning to film weddings, do not plan to do it with just one camera. It is a pain in the neck for you but there will be so much you will have to cut out due to camera movement. If you have the second camera in the back as a still shot, you can always cut to that one when you must readjust your handheld shot.
Keep in mind. If you were the client would you really want to watch one camera angle jiggling around for 30 minutes or an hour?