Then you select the video you want in post production.
I'm going to start off saying I don't know much about camcorders.
I just started an internship with a baseball team. My job is to film the at-bats of the home team, from the open position. So if the batter is Left-Handed, I will be filming from the 3rd base line. However, I cannot run back and forth to the 1st base line to film Right-Handed batters because this distance is so far that I'd miss the start of the at-bat. So I have a camera set up in the home dugout on the first base side and have been instructed to get a player not in the game to do the filming.
After a couple of games, there are constant errors in the video. I don't really trust these guys to consistently record correctly.
My thought is I need to get a remote control to access the dugout camcorder from the stands. However, I have a very limited knowledge of this area. It seems like the only remote controls for camcorders are like television remotes and won't work over about the 200 feet distance I'd be from the camcorder.
Is there anything on the market that would accomplish this? The camcorder currently being used is a Sanyo Xacti VPC-WH1. But I think if there's a decently priced camcorder with a long distance remote control, I could get my MLB team to spring for it.