Video Camera Description
In the new era of super crisp smartphone videos one would imagine that the video camera market is dwindling but that is not the case. There is still a load of functionality that video cameras provide which the tiny sensor on a smartphone camera cannot handle. Available in so many forms and different specs that listing them all would be near impossible.
What you are looking for depends on what your personal needs are. Some like the Sony Handycam are portable and able to live stream in the social media times. Others by Canon are powerful enough to shoot a pro-level movie for cinema viewing. With modes that range from fully automated control of what the video feels like to allowing you to play with manual settings that make the video itself a trademark of the user.
If you have extreme needs like water and cold weather there are options for that too so you can record sporting situations or jumping off a cliff. With a lot of these there is the feature of being shockproof too as in such an environment the camera dropping can easily happen. These could be cameras themselves that are waterproof or require a housing unit that encases them and protects them at quite a depth even.
Video cameras come with built-in space or an SD card slot to record on, there are also some which have the option of both so you have more than enough space before you run out getting enough time to really run through a session of action.
If high-quality video is needed for content that shows it has some production value a video camera will take you a long way, investing in the right one is important so you aren't scrambling to upgrade too soon!