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|Go with the SLR which can shoot video||9||47.37%|
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|20th of November 2011 (Sun)||#1|
dǝǝɥs ɐ ʎq pǝʞuɐds
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Lehigh Valley, PA
SLR with vid or 'PRO' video system?
I own a lot of L glass and three SLRs. I do not own an SLR body which can shoot video, yet.
Now that my son and nephew have hit a certain age, that needs to change, as video, not stills, are dominate forms for recruiting packages.
The primary sports are Ice Hockey and Lacrosse. The LAX may be at night. Hockey is indoors in non NCAA lighting. LAX is both HS and NCAA.
I think my choices are putting another SLR body in play which can shoot video, or a 'pro' entry level video solution.
So, I would like to hear from members who have experience with both systems, or who fully evaluated both systems and made a choice.
For this thread, think of a budget under $5k
If you suggest a 'pro' video solution pls be pretty specific. When I say 'pro' I think of this link as the starting point http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Pr...3/N/4256818817
Thx in advance, gang.
Last edited by S.Horton : 20th of November 2011 (Sun) at 19:24.
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