Video is new to me, since I’m a still-photo photographer, not a videographer. The material here is aimed at those new to video, not at professional videographers, though some findings might be useful to everyone.
In mid-2012, several new DSLRs emerged on the market, all of which offer 1080p video capabilities:
- Canon 5D Mark III
- Nikon D800
- Nikon D800E
- Nikon D4
- Canon 1D X (imminent as this was written).
- Canon 1D C with 4K video (imminent as this was written).
While these cameras all offer 1080p video, the video quality varies, and certain other considerations and restrictions arise.
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