Yeah, guys. This is why I want to get a camcorder with a flip screen. I do tutorials and it would be perfect. Actually perfect for any guitar video, really. In the meantime, if I am close enough to the camera where I am sitting, I just use a CD I don't care about to see what the camera sees.
Hey, it's works well enough, but I'm ready to move up.
I was thinking of getting a bundle at Walmart.com, but I think I'll just go for a straight camera, and see how high the GB of the card it will read. Hopefully the one I end up wanting will be a 16GB compatible camera. I don't know yet. What do I look for concerning the auto-focus feature? Is it labeled 'auto focus' or image 'stabilization'?
I'm speaking of when the camera is constantly focusing ...really annoying. Perhaps there's a camera out there that has the option to turn that off or on? I just don't want to be doing a video and the thing go in and out of focus on me. You instructors don't have the problem it seems. I never see it anyway. Tell me more about this?
Here's a few 1080p cameras I am comparing:DXG Pro GearJVC Everio
This Sony Handycam
is intriguing even though it's priced high. I'm just not sure what to get.
I must get some more RAM for my computer
though before this. I have 4GB and I want to go to 8GB. This will help my Sony Vegas editing. It lags even on Preview mode. Draft sometimes fouls up too.
Here's a guide
to camera shopping I am looking over. I follow this guy on YouTube.