Camera reconmendations

Anyone got any recommendations for some video cameras I can purchase to film some practical's? Looking to spend under £300.

Many thanks
 
Tbh so far we've used the video camera that's built into our school laptops (running on windows 10) and the video camera on my colleague's phone, both of which have been perfectly adequate. Our HoD uses one of these attached to the laptop so he can film close-ups. https://huehd.com/shop/hue-pro/?ph=782f5d1b5f6507f8e0765137

Added bonus that there's no need to download anything because it's recorded straight onto the computer
 
We have bought these for remote teaching and for filming practicals:

I also highly recommend a tall goose neck stand like this one:
https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Tencro-Adjustable-Gooseneck-Cellphones-Logitech/dp/B088D5SHRR/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=25+inch+gooseneck+camera+stand+1%2F4"+screw&qid=1599833306&sr=8-7

We tried one and liked it and now all the science and food labs have them, they make remote demos much easier.
 

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I'm with Peter - just use your phone. If you don't like connecting your phone to the schools PCs, the file can be sent to the school via WeTransfer or similar service.
 
Anyone got any recommendations for some video cameras I can purchase to film some practical's? Looking to spend under £300.

Many thanks
I've just upgraded our compact cameras, Fuji Finepix AV to a Sony Cyber-shot RX100. Quite expensive ~£400, but there are some very good alternatives, make sure you have a card reader and a tripod. I've been videoing quite a few demos and practicals. They then go into a folder that all the teachers can access.
 
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