loading

What videocamera do you use to film your Knex models?

I'm looking for a camera (preferly not to expensive) to make some videos of my knex models. Like ball machines or rollercoasters.

***************edit**************
I bought a canon fs200, its decent and cheap. However the video format isn't supported by windows movie maker!

sort by: active | newest | oldest
i use a kodak 14 megapixels camra
NatNoBrains6 years ago
With the Canon FS200, you probably want to get some video converting software!
chrispee7 years ago
if you want to get a camera for the rides buy... The Extreme Video Coaster. It is a video camera with a coaster.
chopstx7 years ago
There are some to the left of this right now. Check them out. Or you could try amazon.com.

??????????????
Shadowman397 years ago
I use a Panasonic SDR-H40 camcorder with 42x optical zoom. It's about $350.
Click here for reviews and more info:
http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-camcorders/panasonic-sdr-h40/4505-6500_7-32815212.html

It isn't the best camcorder in the world, but it's OK.
I use a Canon Ixus 80 with 8.0 mega pixels and 3x optical zoom. I got it for £160.00.
hmmmm that depends where you live and how much money you have but i use a kodak easysharez1285 and now i just got a cyber shot dsr-w55 but i will more likely be useing the kodak (the kodak is better and it has hd video and 12 mega pixlesbut high pirce)(the cyber shot is $170and has 7.2 megapixles and 3x zoomand kinda low pirce)
btw go for the kodak i saw the comment below it good
I used an JVC GZ-MG130. Perfect quality with 30 gig harddisk.
wilcurt7 years ago
How about a 25-30 dollar mini hand-held cam from Wal-mart.
Kairah (author)  wilcurt7 years ago
HMm... I live in Holland, so there's no walmart here :/. Anyways im looking for something decent with a good price / quality though, my budget is like 250 €.
wilcurt Kairah7 years ago
What's that in US dollar?
Kairah (author)  wilcurt7 years ago
250 euro is like 350 usd at the moment
1€=1,38

Anyways, ive been looking at some cheap HD camera's now.. like Toshiba's Camileo and some others.. They seem ok, but the image stabilization isn't that great though.