Hacker News article Canon Digital Camera’s flagship DSLR, the D300, is a highly versatile camera, capable of capturing 1080p video and still images.
The camera is also capable of recording 3D video, and is capable of being used for photography and video editing.
The D300 features an impressive set of features, including a camera sensor that is capable the capturing 4K video, an image sensor that can capture 2160p video, 4K resolution, and a wide range of advanced video capture capabilities.
Canon’s own D500 camera, the C300, also comes with the same sensor.
The C300 is a little cheaper, but still features the same impressive features.
Here are some of the pros and cons of using a Canon D300 for video: Pros: 1.
Great video capture ability.
If you are shooting for a documentary or commercial project, this camera can capture a great amount of video.
The ability to capture 1080p or 720p video at 30 frames per second or more can be very useful for video editors, especially if the content is a long video and you want to keep it as small as possible.
A wide range for recording video.
Video can be captured in 1080p, 1080i, or 720i, and there are 4K and 5K resolutions.
4K resolutions can be recorded on the D5100.
The D300 is able to capture 4K/5K resolutions and 4K frame rates, which can be a great way to increase the amount of content captured.
Canon can record 4K or 5K video without the need for a tripod, a tripod mount, or a stand to record the video.
Good quality video.
For high quality video, you will need a high-quality tripod, an expensive tripod mount (which you probably don’t need), and a high quality tripod stand (which may or may not work for you).
The Canon D500 is a very good tripod for filming video.
Canon is a bit pricey, but its quality is excellent.
3) A good lens for shooting video.
This is probably the best feature of the camera, but there are a few other great lenses for video.
While the D600 and D800 have great lenses, the Canon D3200 and D5200 are excellent cameras for video, especially for sports or high-definition video.
4) A nice touch for capturing the 4K image.
While this may not be necessary, if you have a 4K camera, you can use the built-in stabilization to help get a 4k image.
Pros and Cons: 1: A lot of features.
The best feature is the ability to record 4k video at a 60fps rate.
You can capture 4k at 120fps or 240fps.
2: A little more expensive than some other cameras.
The Canon C300 and D500 both cost about $1,500 and $1.5,000, respectively, but the Canon C3100 is slightly more expensive at $1 (with optional adapter).
Canon’s D600, C300D, and D600E are more affordable.
3: Has a lot of pros and con, but is not as great as other cameras, like the Canon 5D.
Pros Cons: 2: Is more expensive, but does more with less.
If a lot is needed, the 5D can be used to record and edit high-resolution video, but it’s not as good as the C3200.
3): Does not capture 4-K video at 60fps, and will only record 1080p/1080i video at 120 fps.
If shooting 4K, you may want to upgrade to the Canon EOS Rebel T3i.
Pros, but not worth the money.
Pros but not for the money: 4) Does not have a tripod or stand for recording videos, so it’s a bit cumbersome.
3), Can’t record 4-k videos at 120 or 240 fps, but can capture 1080/1080p/720p video.
You might want to look into a tripod for shooting high-res video at high-end gear, but Canon doesn’t offer any stand for that.