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Which Camera Should I buy for my videos

Hi i make videos on youtube and now starting new series of gadgets like mobiles and tablets. I have gr8 amount of knowledge about that but not about the camera section so i am here . I want a good camera for making some professional type of videos . but my budget is $500 and extend it upto $600 . I own D3200 yesterday i sale out that one because it was giving me alot of trouble after accidentally it drop down in stairs .Would appreciate if someone could help and if that is possible under that budget. I want nice clarity in video and 1080p recording . Please help me on that. Thanks in Advance.

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What do you have now?

I've seen product reviews done with cell phones. Just mount on your tripod, light the scene and go.

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re: camera for my videos under $600

At that price point, you'll be best served by a camcorder. And you'll probably get better advice on which camcorder if you post in the camcorder forum.

http://www.cnet.com/forums/camcorders/

That said, I'd recommend you have a look at the Panasonic V770 so you at least have a starting point for comparisons.

Or as Bob said, since you know cellphones, just use one of those. (e.g. Galaxy S6 or LG G4) (Personally, I'll probably be picking up an LG V10 for "quick and dirty" video shoots.)

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