If you have a computer, I'm from the school that says you don't even need a
camera. You can try re-editing footage from a number of sources like
YouTube, DVDs, etc.
It's a lot cheaper, especially if you can finagle yourself some free
editing software.
-LJ


On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 8:07 PM, Fred Camper <f...@fredcamper.com> wrote:

> Film or video? Don't buy anything if you can avoid it. Try borrowing
> cameras, or renting them, to experiment. If you have to buy something buy
> something that is so cheap that you can buy a better one later. Try used
> and junk shops. You need to first discover how you like to work, how you
> like to shoot, what you want to do.
>
> Fred Camper
> Chicago
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