Hardware Thread, Which camcorder? in Technical; Can anyone recommend me a reasonable digital camcorder for a few hundred quid?
Its going to be used by teachers ...
22nd February 2010, 02:50 PM #1
Can anyone recommend me a reasonable digital camcorder for a few hundred quid?
Its going to be used by teachers to record lessons and such like so doesn't have to be amazing film like quality. SD card or harddrive is fine and an input for an external mic would be nice.
File format is important as we used to have a JVC that produces .mod files that a lot of people seemed to have difficulty with.
22nd February 2010, 03:40 PM #2
Will you be editing the footage? If so what software will you be using to edit it?
22nd February 2010, 03:45 PM #3
I don't think that there will be much editing involved no.
In the past with our old JVC cam, the little editing needed was done with Windows Movie Maker or the supplied software.
22nd February 2010, 03:48 PM #4
We've been buying the Sony DCR-SR range (about £230-£250 for a 60gb Hard Drive Camera) but we edit with Premiere Pro CS4 so these cameras import straight in hence the reason for buying them but we have found the quality to be decent and they havent been a problem for us (students and staff) to use etc
Thanks to RTFM from:
sparkeh (22nd February 2010)
12th March 2010, 02:46 PM #5
I just logged on to insight UK to see about replacing one of our ageing Canon camcorders that saves to mini DV.....
Seems everything saves to flash these days.....when did that happen lol
...so come on then recommend me a cheap and cheerful camcorder....
12th March 2010, 04:06 PM #6
RTFM just did, or is that too expensive. In which case we are back to the good old Flip video.
so come on then recommend me a cheap and cheerful camcorder
Trouble with SDHC is the cards aren't cheap and are easily lost in a school.
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