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Best Camera for YouTube 2016 List:
1. Sony Alpha a6300 Mirrorless Digital Camera (best mirrorless camera 2016)
2. Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G7 (best budget 4k camera for video)
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ300K (Alternate Panasonic Budget Option)
3. Best Canon Cameras for YouTube
Canon EOS Rebel T6i Video Creator Kit (Great kit for starting YouTube — Just get a tripod)
Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR (The Camera I Use)
Canon EOS 80D Digital SLR
4. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV 2 (best point and shoot camera 2016 — put pretty expensive)
5. The Canon G7X or G7X Mark ii
Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II
Canon PowerShot G7 X Digital Camera (best all-around point and shoot camera)
Canon PowerShot G7 X Digital Camera – International Version (Great way to save money on the Canon G7X)

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In this video Sean Cannell from THiNK media TV talks about the best camera for youtube 2016. If you are looking for a good camera for youtube or asking what is the best camera? Then check out this video! After attending CES and the NAB Show in Las Vegas, I’ve come up with a list of the best cameras for youtube videos in this camera review.

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32 Responses

  1. Arif Khan

    If the RX100 had a mic jack, it would be the perfect vlogging camera!! Why sony?! WHY?!?! 🙁

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  2. Leo Foster

    know any bloggers on a Compaq? I found a cyber shot. very basic. but I'm giving shot at vlogging can I get premium video. and camera features on a Compaq?

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  3. FamilyFun3132

    Thanks for the going over the best cameras! I just sent separate links to 3 of these outstanding videos to a friend. In doing so, it made me think of upgrading our Church videos on YouTube Channel: 4HisGloryTX. Over 300 videos are shot using a Canon Vixia HF20 with an nice stand we found used on eBay. I'd really like to move up to the 70D. We would definitely need a camera with a mic input. Canon appears to be the way to go, with the exception of the G7.

     A couple of questions….
    (1) What all do you suggest purchasing with the 70D for a small indoor setup (i.e., lenses, lighting, wireless mics, batteries etc.)?
    (2) We use FCPX for editing, do you have certain export settings better suited for uploading video to YouTube?

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  4. DutchieTessel

    can you PLEASE do a review of the canon powershot sx720. Is it good for filming?

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  5. batteryPOP Videos for Kids

    How is the audio component of the 70D? Can you recommend a microphone to pair with the camera?

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  6. Intelligenkeit

    I still dont understand, some ppl say a camera is better and some say a camcorder, what exactly is better for youtube? for around 200-350 euro? A camcorder is easier to use and a camera has more options, thats it? I dont wanna make fotos, its only video.

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  7. Philip O'Rourke

    4k in the sony overheats then u got wait 10 min to cool down, that sucks.

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  8. XCVI Mac

    So between the Sony cyber camera and canon 70D which should I get? I'm looking to film car videos, rollers and what not. Which would y'all recommend anyone please.

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  9. Jeremitzu

    I think the cannon m5 or m6 is really great its compact for vloggers. it shoots great quality and the auto focus is solid totally recommend it

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  10. Truth seeker

    how does the panasonic lumix dmc g7 and the FZ300 compare to the much cheaper NIKON coolpix330 , in video quality

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  11. Francesco Pinetti

    What do you think about LUMIX GH4? So awesome for videos…

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  12. SJFTV

    Great video, thx for sharing. You mentioned the Sony 6300 but not the 6500, any reason why?

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  13. Josh Cockrum

    Been looking to invest in a point in shoot camera for my secondary channel and I've really been looking at the g7x thanks for just ensuring me that it a good choice

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