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July 10, 2024

5 top cameras for videography

5 top cameras for videography

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By Joy Ndubueze

Looking to elevate your videography game with some high-end cameras?

Here are the top 5 cameras for videography in 2024, delivering exceptional performance, stunning visuals, and professional-grade features:

Panasonic Lumix S5 II

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The Panasonic Lumix S5II Camera offers a full-frame sensor, excellent color science, and advanced autofocus capabilities, making it highly versatile for both video and still photography. It also supports unlimited 4K/60p 4:2:2 10-bit recording internally, making it a top choice for professional videographers​.

Sony A7 IV

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Known for its powerful 4K video capabilities at 60 fps, responsive autofocus, and impressive image stabilization, the Sony a7 IV is an excellent choice for both videography and live streaming. Its fully articulating screen and robust build quality add to its appeal​.

Fujifilm X-H2S

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This APS-C mirrorless camera excels in action videography with its 26.1 MP sensor, 6K video resolution, and high frame rates. It is ideal for fast-moving subjects and provides excellent in-body stabilization​.

Panasonic Lumix GH6

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An affordable yet powerful option, the GH6 features a Micro Four Thirds sensor, 5.7K video resolution at 60p, and a wide choice of codecs. It is particularly favored for its versatility and value for money, although RAW video can only be shot externally​.

Canon EOS R5

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Offering stunning 8K video at 30 fps and superior autofocus tracking, the EOS R5 is perfect for capturing high-resolution video. It also features a 45 MP sensor, making it a strong contender for both videography and high-quality stills.

These cameras, as compiled by Digital Camera World and Expert Photography, provide a range of features suited to different videography needs, from professional filmmaking to action and low-light shooting.

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