Need a Digital Video Camera under $100 With Exc. Recording Capabilities

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras, Webcams and Scanners' started by Tyster, Sep 6, 2017.

  1. Tyster

    Tyster Member

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    Greetings.

    I have a friend who was the lead singer of a well-known rock band. He's been singing at a few small clubs. He has a very powerful voice and can also hit high notes.

    I need a video camera under $100 dollars with good resolution, but more importantly, one that can adequately record his voice without the playback sounding like a vibration, garbled or muffled.

    Does anyone have any idea where I should order such a device?

    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!!

    Tyster
     
  2. _Kyle_

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  3. Lee Fitzsimmons

    Lee Fitzsimmons Member

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    You can get excellent results with the Logitech c920. It is one of the more popular cameras being used right now. I purchased mine at a brick and mortar store for somewhere around $60.

    However, the mic is inferior; therefore, I bought a Samson condenser for a reasonable price.

    If you want good audio, you are probably going to need an external mic.
     
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  4. _Kyle_

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    See! Two people say you need an external mic. The more the merrier.
     
  5. Lee Fitzsimmons

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    Yeah, the technological development with camera mics seems like it still has a few more years to go before a high quality all-in-one solution is finally developed.

    Such a thing should exist in a few years or so, but it doesn't seem like it's there yet...
     
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