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What is a budget cam better than iPhone 5s?

I do green screen filming.

You can see an example here, fast forward to 10 seconds to see me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o8XD7Q-iA4

I film with my iPhone 5s. I think the quality is pretty good, but I'm wondering if there is any camera/camcorder out there (under $250) that can get the quality to be even crisper.......or, would I just be wasting my money.

I was contemplating the Canon VIXIA HF R600 or Nikon COOLPIX L840.......but, if there's really nothing under $250 that can improve the quality over the 5s, then I'll just stick with the 5s.

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Nothing under $250.

At that price, you'd get some improvement in form factor/easy of use, but negligible improvement in image quality.

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There is nothing any camera under the price of $250

I have used many camera and always try to find advance and latest camera buy never seen any camera under the range of $250. You should increase your budge at least $100 more to but a beginner camera.

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Nothing ?

There is no such camera under this range.. but the beginer dslr camera is not more costly than iphone 5S. It is some what same in range..

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