The answer is a video camera for beginners.
A good video camera for beginners should have good resolution, low noise and good color. A good video camera for beginners will do everything you could do with a good point and shoot.
That being said, if you are used to using a regular SLR video camera and want to take the next step, or if you have limited budget, here are some videos to get you started!
Before You Go…
If you are going to use the new Sony a7S for your travel, make sure you have the new lens and accessories:
If you have a Sony a7R and want to try some high definition video, make sure you have the 2.7X Teleconverter:
If you have a Sony a7 and want to try video stabilization, you can purchase the 2.8X Teleconverter
Here are some general tips to get you started:
If you do not want your photos to look too flat and boring, take better photos:
Use a tripod
Use a softbox
Use a lens hood for the front lens of the camera
Use a neutral density filter
Use a tripod ring
Use good lighting
If there is a tripod somewhere in the vicinity, use the Sony NEX-6
If you are using a Sony a7R and wish to start shooting video, make sure you have the new lens and accessories:
If you have a Sony a7R and want to try some slow motion footage, make sure you have the 2.4X Teleconverter:
For a more detailed discussion of the differences between the a7 and a7R, the Canon 1D Mark IV and Sony a7S are great places to start.
Check out our article on the main differences between the Sony a7 and the Sony a7R, the Sony a7S, and the Canon 1D Mark IV
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