"come close to"?
What stopped you?
I don't think high compression video (captured by consumer grade flash memory and hard disc drive camcorders) and fast action get along too well. But if you are convinced that's what you want, then I like the Canon FS series. If all the video capture you expect is under good lighting conditions, then a camcorder that does high and standard definition would not be a bad way to go. Like the Sony HDR-CX series.
What the Canons have that the others do not is a mic jack. It may not be important now, but could open a whole new dimension for you.
I am looking for a new standard definition camera for home videos. I have been a Cannon ZR85 minidv camera user for the past 6 years (Now Dead). So I am in the market again for a flash card camcorder. Trying to avoid tapes this time. I film things like soccer, baseball games for the kids. All the typical family stuff. I say standard definition because from what I can read, its a bit messy with the HD video. Here are some of the details of the computer I am sending the video to.
Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
3.0 Gb Pent. Processor
4 gb ram
500mb video card
TB of Hard Drive space
Adobe Premier Elements for video editing.
Trust me, I have been reading tons of reviews and have come close to a few cameras. It looks like cannons, Panasonic or sony. Any help would be appreciated. Bill