I have had 2 video cameras of my own since 2000 so 16 years of pratting around making little home movies and the odd Youtube stuff, also I have been into amateur photography since the mid 1980's, so really got a little experience of how things work under my belt but still an amateur.
I have a little idea and can find out most information except this:
What would be the minimum video camera spec be for making films which would be of a quality to be sold on dvd?
I am not talking Holywood stuff here, just commercial product video stuff of my own not for other companies. The filming will involve filming from moving vehicles so will need good image stablisation.
I have been looking at Canon cameras as that is what I have always used for video and still photography.
I have looked at 5 cameras......LEGRIA HF G25.........LEGRIA HF G40.... or higher spec ....Canon XF100........Canon XA35..........Canon XF200
Obviously because it's only for my own product use and I am not looking to become a commercial videographer I would like to spend as little as possible to get the camera which would do the job. I do not want others involved so I do not want to hire a professional, just do things how I want in my own time, in my own way etc etc.
Thanks for your advice.