Back on My Feet: choosing a digital camera for a nonprofit content creator 11.13.10 0
Our co-founder Christopher Wink led an editorial strategy development at Back on My Feet, a national running-based program to combat homelessness. Read this entire post here.
After my first asset analysis joining Back on My Feet in January, it was beyond the pale of question that we needed a camera that could get our organization content â€” photos and video â€” up and moving quickly.
I was looking for a camera that was the following:
- More durable than the personal camera I had, enjoyed but kept having it fail on me
- Better lens for clearer video zoom and photo quality
- No more than $500 and preferably nearer to $200
Upon some research and inquiries, I recommended we spend more than $300 on the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H20. Complimentary CNet review here.
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