I am a beginner video and would like to see a simple camcorder buy, but I absolutely will be occasional filmmaker. Examples: family outings, children, This-and-That.
It should be a camcorder with mini DV as storage media to my PC has a Firewire port, through which the film is loaded on the calculator and then to DVD's to be processed.
The films are in 16:9 format, as all home TVs this format.
Still Image functionality would be nice but not crucial. It should primarily be filmed.
A good fitness synonymous with indoor shots should be available.
Price range: Max 250, - Euro
I have a few days now and have the following well-3 models in the near pulled Choice:
Canon MD130, about 220; - ¬ JVC GR-D 725, ca 179th - ¬ Panasonic NV-GS 60 EC-S, 210th ca - ¬ Panasonic NV-GS 80 of the EC-S, about 250, - ¬
Now the usual question: Which would give me the experienced videographers here now heartily?
I think as a 1 / 6 "CCD with 0.8 MP Cam is the quasi-par image quality.
Me would be interested in questions such as: Cam-Which has the best battery life? - Image Stabilization: Yes? Necessary? Optical or electronical? Replacement batteries: Which brand has problems? What eats "everything"? Are there any other killer arguments "for" or "counter" one of these models? -How reliable are the cams? Processing? Self-noise: Who makes little / s.wenigsten noise on the tape?
The JVC is certainly the largest price incentive, the Panasonic GS80 as the counter is probably the best piece of equipment.
Now are you saying, "What would you advise me? Thank you!
Antwort von skymann1:
Hello, I had the JVC and the Pana 60, whether the 80 is better, I can not tell you, but for what you want to do, should satisfy the GS 60, I was synonymous with the stability satisfied tend not to the JVC, the colors never really fit and the sharpness is synonymous visibly worse, I have the day to s.nächsten Dealers brought back, they synonymous promptly wiedergenommen, was probably not the first.
I would take the GS 60 and for which saved money for 80 to buy a second battery, which included stops with the display 3 / 4 hour. For the money you can make beautiful things with, with the GS 60!
The other cams, I can not judge, but maybe someone still says yes to what ....?
Antwort von Markus73:
but for what you want to do, should satisfy the GS 60,
NO, because it was 16:9 after explicitly asked the GS60 can not!
For the Canon, I can say nothing. The JVCs in this price range that I have ever seen, produced a pretty bad picture. My advice is this: Clearly the GS80! The Picture is ok, if synonymous with swabs in sharpness, as compared with the higher models.
A certain weakness in low light do you have in this price range ever, but as synonymous, the GS80 better than the GS60.