Search HD Camera for robotics experiments (= low-light)
Frage von arnuschky: August 2010
I seek also a HD camera for about 2500 ¬. We need the camera for experiments in robotics. Accordingly, the requirements are somewhat special:
- Picture quality in low-light is important - We need a good wide angle - Weight does not matter who is always on a tripod eh - Sound we do not need / can be ignored - We would like to use SD cards or similar, no tapes, no hard disks - Remote control were a Pros (our old Sony camera could be taxed via Firewire, which is synonymous with the new?)
Personally I find the little bit fiddly Kompaktkästen (big hands) and would rather tend to a "real" camera with handle, viewfinder and if possible Exchangeable optics. I let me teach you a better but synonymous. :)
I've now read out from the other thread the following candidates:
From where comes the JVC is out of the question, since they probably mainly in low-light and wide angle has weaknesses. I would s.ehesten to SonyTendieren because the two things are given to her as strengths, and we already have two Sony's - makes it easier to produce of the logic. But this is more a subjective decision ... :)
Buget is around 1000-3000 ¬, depending on what is needed just ... Has anyone any other suggestions or tips?
Thanks and greetings Schonmal s.alle Arnuschky
Antwort von arnuschky:
Oh, and Exchangeable optics were a Pros, but not a must.
I have no idea of video recording capabilities of DSLRs know, because someone was? Would be worth it? They've been very sensitive sensors ...
Antwort von Bernd E.:
... HD-camera for about 2500 ¬ ... recording quality in low-light wide angle is important ... good sound ... ... we do not like SD cards or something similar ... if possible Exchangeable optics. ..
That sounds like the optimal area of application for a video DSLR: The benefits and the disadvantages can use their play no role - or possibly but with the time limit for a continuous recording? I'm not up to date, what is there now, but with a Canon EOS 550D or 7D plus matching lenses you were probably served not bad.
Antwort von Burner87:
DSLRs fit your Anwedungsgebiet really excellent. The budget solution would be one example, a Tarom 550D + 17-50 2.8. In order to get very far, and the scarce 1000 ¬. If the Focal does not have to be variable, then comes one with a fixed focal length or next: as Canon EF 28 mm 1.8 (although that is equivalent to only ~ 45 mm focal and thus no real Anglemehr Wide)
The 5D Mark II because of the larger sensor provides an even much better picture in low light.