Re: Camera

>>with an emphasis on creating a Video Blog.

> spend as much as you can afford.

I have to disagree. If you will create a videoblog, image quality is
of little concern – even a small photocamera that takes video will
have *more* than sufficient image quality. There is no point
whatsoever in spending more.

What *does* make a difference is audio quality. With my small
photocamera I take videos with decent audio as long as I stay close to
the people (half a meter or less), and there's not too much noise.
Audio is the distinguishing factor. Buying a "real" videocamera will
get you better audio, AND will let you attach mikes and such. The
videoquality will be better too, but none of your readers will notice.