Any tips on the best entry-level video cameras and best video editing software?
- @Josha Eiffel Thanks, what would you say are the main differences between Final Cut Por and Premier Pro?
- @Ovi Vilkauskas Thanks, yeah I've already started playing around with iMovie.
- @Charlie Pennell Thanks Charlie, will do.
- If you can afford it, black magic pocket cinema camera 4K.Use premiere pro.
- It depends on your budget. Try to check out the Fuji XH1 combined with a good wide ange vintage lens (Canon FD 24mm, Yashica ML 24mm etc.)
- Hey, Panasonic G7 is amazing entry-level camera. Shoots 4K and is super light. For a software start with iMovie and then learn Premiere pro or Final Cut Pro!
- Hi Asher, you can't go wrong with a Canon DSLR, have a good search depeming on what you're gonna be shooting and your price range. Lenses wise, a good 50mm is versatile always nice to have a longer range as well if you need it.As far as editing software, Adobe is the best in class without a doubt. If you ever need any help with editing process or on projects, drop me a message and we can work together if you're ever interested.
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