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I'd suggest looking at the JVC Picsio. It's about the only thing that's reputable at the price range and can capture in HD.

Also, there's the Samsung E10, though I can't vouch for its quality.
Awesome, thanks for the suggestions. Will look into them.

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seriously.... ok if you dont care about quality then in that price range doesnt matter what you buy anyway. there are probably only a few cameras in that price range anyway.

in all honestly im not bashing you but based on your general ignorance/lack of care towards actual quality your eyes will not be able to tell the difference between an $80 and a $2000+ camera

in the big picture when it comes to best bang for your buck you actually have to spend a few bucks before you get some bang lol. with a budget that low you arent getting any quality for the money.
I'm not even going to bother arguing with you.
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use your phone. otherwise i highly suggest save up $1000 and then post again and some good suggestions can be made.

there is a video section for questions like this as well btw
Not everyone has that kind of money to spend on a camcorder, in fact probably the majority of people don't. A sub-$100 720p pocket camcorder will curb stomp the average cell phone camera.

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I'd suggest looking at the JVC Picsio. It's about the only thing that's reputable at the price range and can capture in HD.

Also, there's the Samsung E10, though I can't vouch for its quality.
Those look pretty good, also maybe this

Obviously with something like those video quality isn't going to be great, especially in low light, but for most people they will work fine.
     
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Not everyone has that kind of money to spend on a camcorder, in fact probably the majority of people don't. A sub-$100 720p pocket camcorder will curb stomp the average cell phone camera.



Those look pretty good, also maybe this

Obviously with something like those video quality isn't going to be great, especially in low light, but for most people they will work fine.
It is mainly going to be for recording youtube videos in my own room, so there will be plenty of light. Thanks!
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seriously.... ok if you dont care about quality then in that price range doesnt matter what you buy anyway. there are probably only a few cameras in that price range anyway.

in all honestly im not bashing you but based on your general ignorance/lack of care towards actual quality your eyes will not be able to tell the difference between an $80 and a $2000+ camera

in the big picture when it comes to best bang for your buck you actually have to spend a few bucks before you get some bang lol. with a budget that low you arent getting any quality for the money.
Yes but a few bucks is not $80 to $800. If your spending $800 on a video or camera you are either doing it for the money or you are REALLY passionate about it as a hobby. Otherwise you do not need to spend that much on something. There are a good deal of decent cameras for video. It doesn't matter anyway for youtube.
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$800 is the price of a nice consumer camera. if your doing it as a passionate hobby you would probably spend 1500 i would think. considering people spend 1500+ on computers and thats just a hobby why are cameras any different. if your spending 800 on a camera its for a hobby. the day you drop $10K+ on camera and equipment THEN your doing it for money. cameras are not cheap if you want half way decent quality. do some research yall before you disagree with me and claim to not even want to argue with me because i doubt you could keep up when it comes to video. i only tried to give honest professional advice so take it with a grain of salt. its only the internet...

sorry no one agrees with me its not like i dont work as a videographer. i obviously dont know anything about cameras lol
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