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Is a 4K camcorder worth it?
HD video should be shot in 4K to make it look better. Most HD cameras today capture great quality, but when you start with 4K source material and downscale it to HD resolution, the picture will look even better.
Which camera can shoot in 4K?
The Canon R5 is one of the best 4K cameras out there. The R5 has a 45MP sensor that can shoot 4K at 120 frames per second. You can use it to shoot a 12 bit video in 8K at 30 frames per second.
What is the difference between a vlogging camcorder and a regular camcorder?
Vloggers don’t want to record their audio on their own. Built in mics and a mic input are included in the cameras. The input allows people to attach larger, high quality microphones that can pick up distinct sounds and reduce background noise.