Thread: Camera for filming some badders?
11-06-2011, 02:25 AM #1
Camera for filming some badders?
Hey all, First post here after finding this forum after endless searching for an answer to my question. Hope you can help
Basically I live in the UK and I am currently seeking a nice camera/camcorder so I can capture some footage of myself playing (trouble shoot that backhand) and our local club
I searched now for a few days looking for help but many of the peoples responses actually offer very little useful information but I am hoping you guys can help me out. Budget would be around £200 sterling so that's about $320 USD.
I wont rush into buying anything and want to be confident with the purchase. I have looked at the Pana hdc SD40, anyone used it before to record a game?
Anyway thanks for reading
11-06-2011, 03:31 AM #2
have you considered getting a point&shoot camera that also record videos?
i have a canon SD4000IS which can do 240fps video which is wonderful for slow motion analysis. i have also recorded games with it and it works pretty well.
it doesn't have the bells and whistles of a proper camcorder but if your requirement is simply able to record badminton stuff, something similar will suffice.
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11-06-2011, 04:22 AM #3
Thanks mate, I had a look at it and it seems like a nice little camera! Was wondering if you had uploaded any footage of the slowmo or a game or both? Would love to see it in action
What do you think of that panasonic? And have you seen any footage of badders on a Zodak Playsport Zx5? They seem to be popular
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