“Christmas Videos” – Playlist

December 21, 2012 by  
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Merry Christmas from The Worship Network! Enjoy our collection of Christmas music and videos.
Smartphones put 4K video in our pockets — but there’s still a lot they can’t do. Try finding a 50x optical zoom in a smartphone. Or a one-inch sensor. Or advanced manual settings. And with a dedicated video camera, you won’t ever have to delete apps to make room for more footage.

The number of new video cameras launched each year, however, is slowly dwindling — if you exclude the growing but nascent 360-degree category, that is. But as the options decrease, the feature list increases — because a video camera better have a long list of features not found on a smartphone if it’s going to attract anyone. whether you are vlogger or makeup artist you need the best youtube camera for crisp video recording

Chances are, a smartphone may be enough for you, but if you’re ready to step up to a real camera, here are the best video cameras you can buy right now.

Sony’s one-inch sensors have dominated the compact camera market for years. And while those same sensors are much newer to video, the larger sensor shows promise for video quality that’s way above the average camcorder. The 14.2 megapixel one-inch sensor gathers more light than traditional 1/2-inch and 1/3-inch sensors common to camcorders, bringing a serious image quality boost over the typical consumer camcorder. 4K is recorded at 30 frames per second and 100 megabits per second.

However, the larger a sensor is, the harder it is to put a long zoom lens in front of it. Fortunately, Sony still managed to tack on a 12x zoom to the AX700. The f/2.8-4.5 aperture is bright for the category, and a built-in neutral density filter will assist when the surroundings are too bright, helping to keep the shutter speed down so that your video doesn’t look too jittery.

The sensor and lens work together with a 273-point phase detection autofocus for smoother focusing with more accurate subject tracking. Advanced features like HDR, a 960 fps super slow motion mode, hot shoe connection, and S-Gamut and S-log color grading give the AX700 professional-level features.

On the exterior, the camera offers a handful of manual controls including a multifunction lens ring that can control focus or zoom. Dual SD card slots allow for plenty of storage and uninterrupted recording.

The $1,800 price tag is nothing to blink at, but a handful of video cameras with similar features sit at even higher prices. Canon also has a video camera series with a 1-inch sensor and 4K, but it starts at $2,500. For a compact, high-resolution fixed lens video camera, the AX700 is the one to beat.


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