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Need ur help picking a V-DSLR from bestbuy for podcasting

Hello my brothers & sisters of the 1's & 0's. I would normally do weeks of research before buying this but I have to return a camcorder today for bestbuy store credit & then have to use it then. (Camcorder didn't stream as promised & no external mic.)

With the credit of about $440 I want to add no more then $250 ($700ish) more to pick up a V-DSLR or DSLR that can shoot video. Hoping for 1080 but will take 720 in a pinch.

My main use will be shooting video for podcasts & live streaming video using Vidblaster. my two requirements are external mic jack & ability to stream live to the world wide web! I also like a bright video if possible.
I don't really care about the stills but I'm guessing anything I get will be better then my htc evo or my old Sony 3.2mp point & shoot.
Again I thank you for your wisdom, I feel lame not researching it myself. I'm normally the guy giving the answers.
& anyone replying with good info can email any quick question they want & I will answer it for free. (my job is that of an idea guy. I get paid to come up with novel or new ideas for business or govt. Hence @IdeaJason )

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