Many DSLRs still overheat and limit you in that way and may royally cheese you off. Here's a prior discussion on that and DO NOT THINK for a minute it's just that model that does this.
If you can get over that I suggest you move forward except add a second device for the audio track. Then just like they taught us in film school, select the best audio tracks later in post production.
My name is crazyponytail and I am thinking of buying a DSLR for video recording. My budget is max 3000 euros.
Now I am not necesarily spending all of that since I do understand that I am a complete beginner with no knowledge of this stuff and maybe I dont need top notch **** at the moment.
However I want to underline that I will be going at this new impulse of mine with a 120% dedication. I will not have a day-time job, this camera will be my daily routine, so im thinking that more advanced features might come to be useful sooner or later for me as I will be spending a lot of time with it.
So what im looking at getting is a DSLR and a lens for shooting video. My final goal is to make my own documentary.
What would you guys recommend me to get?
So shoot: A guy who knows nothing about photography is buying a camera. In time he will know alot. What camera and equipment would be wise to get, thinking that I dont want to buy a semi good camera now only to have to then spend more money on a better camera later.