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04-09-2017, 04:31 AM   #1
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Gaming channel videos camera required

Here is my plethora of options: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad 2, a Sony Handycam (2010), and an HD HP sleekbook webcam (laptop is brand new, 2 months old). I am getting into vlogging, and I can't decide which camera would be easiest for editing yet best for video/mic quality. If you could help me, I would really appreciate it! Thanks

Also, I will be doing recording in several places. Mainly my room, with lots of light (3 10ft widows and 3 different 3-tier lamps) but on occasion I'll shoot on location outside.

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I would try them all and make sample short clips. Pay attention to how complex or easy the setup is, as well as quality. The newer Apple should beat the older one, beyond that I think too many variables exist to call it. Bear in mind you may want to stream live at some point so this may bias you away from stand alone cameras without direct internet access.
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A cheap $10 lavalier mic will improve your audio quality 1000%
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QuoteOriginally posted by babymonitor Quote
Here is my plethora of options: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad 2, a Sony Handycam (2010), and an HD HP sleekbook webcam (laptop is brand new, 2 months old). I am getting into vlogging, and I can't decide which camera would be easiest for editing yet best for video/mic quality. If you could help me, I would really appreciate it! Thanks

Also, I will be doing recording in several places. Mainly my room, with lots of light (3 10ft widows and 3 different 3-tier lamps) but on occasion I'll shoot on location outside.
Best thing might be to check out a bunch of gaming channels on YT, have a look at which ones give the sort of video and audio quality you'd like to offer your audience, and then simply message them, tell them how impressed you are with their channel presentation quality, and ask them what they use and how they run their setup.

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