What Is The Best Camera For Youtube?





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Published on Oct 13, 2011

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Equipment mentioned:

Canon 600D: http://bit.ly/canon600d-yt
or newer version:
Canon 700D: http://bit.ly/canon700d-yt

Recommended updated camera equipment:

Canon 70D: http://bit.ly/canon70d-yt

Canon 24-105mm USM IS Lens: http://bit.ly/canon24-105mm-lens-yt

Tokina 12-28mm Lens: http://bit.ly/tokina12-28mm-lens-yt

Rode Videomic Pro: http://bit.ly/rodevideomicpro-yt

Sennheiser MKE400: http://bit.ly/sennheiser-mke400-yt

0:59 All right so the first one that I've been using for quite some time before I actually upgraded to this camera that I'm currently recording on is a Kodak Zi8 camera. This is a very nice, very thin and very light camera that I've been using and I had a 32GB card in here to be able to record all my high definition videos.

1:20 Now the reason why this is a great camera is one, it has an external microphone which you can just plug in onto the side right over here. And it's a great camera because it records in high definition and the video files are quite small in comparison.

2:28 Now the second option which is a little bit more advanced and also too, it records very, very high quality and you can see just from the recording is called the Canon T3i Rebel. And I'm not going to take the credit that I found this. This was actually recommended to me by my good friend Gideon Shalwick from GideonShalwick.com and he uses a little more advanced camera which is the next model up but for me, I'm happy with this one because this one has been really focused on allowing me to record videos. And just again, it does have an external mic so the great thing is I can plug this mic that I've got on clipped on me straight into the camera and start to share with you.

3:18 Now, one word of caution, these cameras these particular Canon cameras record very, very large file and there's little trick that I'm going to share in the future video on how to be able to get this sent over to your video editor in a smaller format and I think apparently right now it records up to about 300MB per minute so if you're going to do a 10-minute video, it's going to be about 3GB which is quite big. Whereas in comparison, the Kodak Zi8, for about a 5-minute video that I used to record, it will only be about 200-300MB so it's a fraction of that size so you just have to take that in consideration when you're working with you and outsourcing it over to your video editor overseas.

3:21 Okay so yeah, hopefully this video has helped you there. If you've got any further questions, feel free to leave your comments down below and I'll be more happy to answer them but these are one of the two the cameras that I've been using for quite some time and I - I cannot just - I cannot say how great they are because they're just - brilliant. So give it a go, check it out and let me know what you think.

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