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It doesn’t have the built-in streaming capability of the JVC camera mentioned above, so you’ll still need an encoder and a computer to live stream.

But the newly designed image sensor in this model does well with low light, and will give you an image worthy of a professional-looking broadcast. If you’re just starting out and looking for a more budget-friendly video camera to broadcast your church services, check out the Panasonic HC-VX981K.

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We sometimes get questions about the best video cameras for church use, and, while plenty of cameras could get the job done just fine, there are a few in particular we usually recommend.

Whether you’re just starting out or looking to supplement your existing collection of church video production equipment, the cameras listed below would all perform well in the lighting conditions typical of most houses of worship—that is, low or soft light.

It’s a professional-level camera, which means it’s a little on the pricier side (approximately 00), but it’s a great choice if you can afford it.

Simple to use and perfect for a single-camera setup, it had to be on our short list for best video cameras for church use.

Simply connect the camera and your mobile device to the same wifi or hardwired network, and you can direct the camera to bring in graphics from an app that you control with your device.