06-23-2017 06:50 AM
06-23-2017 10:35 AM
If you main most thing is videos, buy a real video camera. Not a DSLR that does video. The $2000 limit might be a problem if you want to stick with Canon. I don't do video but kmy friends that do and have Canon use the C100 or C100 Mk II. I know they are EF mount but I am not sure if they can use EF-S. My guess is they won't.
06-23-2017 10:56 AM
If you do stills also just get a T6i or T7i. They will use your lens. The video has certain limits, however.
06-23-2017 06:22 PM
I have canon 60D with EF-s 17-55 f/2.8 lens. I am making videos in fitness, where there is really bad lighting and the videos are not so good quality.
I am thinking of buying better camera, so i can make decent quality videos without taking additional light with me (youmust understand there are a lot of people, so i am not able to walk around with lights and all electricity).
So which camera do you suggest me and will i be able to use this lens EF-s 17-55 f/2.8 on this camera? My budget is 1500-2000$.
Thank you and regards,
The best Canon DSLR for making videos in your price range is the EOS 80D. It has a beefy battery, and there is a battery grip available, too.