2011 November 12th, 12:49
Back from the HVX200.....What to do?
Hi guys, I have been through the progression of the hv20 rig to an HVX200 with RedRock. I had to sell because of financial issues, but am trying to get back on the horse. My camera budget is around 1200 USD. I am familiar with the mass movement to the DSLR's, but they are just not for me. Simply, because I'm normally a one man crew (I know...impossible) and cannot bring myself to go separate sound recording again..which I did with the Zoom/HV20. Sound is so incredibly important, and in my situation, a must to record to the camera. Are there any solutions out there for me? I am entirely lost with past few years releases of camcorders and am aware that I'm asking a lot, but just wondering whats out there that meets some of the following requirements.
-HD recording with manual focus and aperature (at the same time)
-Largest sensor possible in this price range
-24fps recording (I'm old, I know some out there think it's not important anymore)
-On board recording (with great sound....XLR input)
-Cinema style color gamut
-DOF adapater mountable (my assumption is that most are)
-Simple workflow...I use Vegas Pro 9
Just a shot in the dark to ask these things. I realize that I'm asking prosumer capabilities from a consumer camera...I have been around the block before,but it's been a while....just really need some direction. Thanks!
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