I'm planning on buying a camera which shoots primarily (most important) really good video 1080p30 and 720p60 and can make decent photographs. I did some researched, and it turned out, HDdslr's are a good option, I was thinking of the pricerange of the Canon EOS 60D. But if it's worth, I am able to pay a little more or less.
So before I actually buy a camera, I would like to ask the pro's for advice first.
- Manual controls like Iso, Shutter etc is a 'must'
- what lens to buy?
- I'm not a professional but i like playing with settings
So is it the right choice to buy a dslr? Or is the quality of normal camcorders in the same price range much better for example? The most important thing i'm after is good image quality, and low-light conditions would be nice too.
So, because the 60d is not too long released i thought it would be pretty good (I don't like seeing new product launched next month), or is there a better alternative?