Never going to happen. For low light you need big lens (big bucks) and in the dark means no light so you get exactly what you suspected. Fuzz or noise or black.
Given such a low budget you have to cave on the budget (think 2,500 and up) or scale back on the light issue.
I am looking for a new camcorder (presently own Sony 8mm). I read information on this forum and Buyer's guide and I am getting more and more confused (info overload!)
Perhaps someone can point me in the right direction. Here is what I am looking for in a camcorder:
- Relatively small size
- $800 max but flexible either way
- easy to use/navigate/handle/view movies
- need to be able to shoot action in the dark and from a distance (rock concert)
I am struggling with which type to get, i.e. HD, mini DVD, etc. Initially I wanted HD type but I read there are issues with the software to transfer it to the computer. How easy would it be to watch the movies on my computer? What about watching it on TV/DVD? My questions may sound stupid but this is why I am here?.I need help! (this new technology and choices associated with it becoming more and more complicated!) Also, I don?t want to buy a camcorder for which the current technology will be outdated in a few years.
Any tip/suggestions would be appreciated. I just need a push in a right direction. Thanks!