by Jeremy Stamas.
There has rarely been a better time for amateur filmmakers to upgrade equipment. The rise of HD video has brought a wave of new products — from high-performance camcorders that retail for less than $1,000 to hands-free adventure cameras that capture all the action for a couple hundred bucks.
And let’s not forget video-capable DSLRs that offer the flexibility of multiple lenses at lower costs than ever before.
If you’re on the prowl for new video equipment, we’re here to help. Here are our top five video cameras for the budget filmmaker, each for less than $2,000.
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