I am looking into doing some documentary video work and I am looking for a basic starting camera.
I remember Logan gave a suggestion a couple years back to someone else, but I can't seem to find it or anything else on the forums about a 1080p60 camera, so I guess I'll re ask this question.
Hmm, what's your budget? I could help you find a decent camera, but no one can really help you until you give them a budget.
I'm looking at the $100-$200 price range right now, but if I need to I can go a little higher.
See how low you can find a used Panasonic TM700
For corporate video this won't be great, and I'll probably catch hate for this, but I love the JVC Everio line. Also look into Vegas movie studio editing software. Those two are a great combination.
Can't beat that for the price, discontinued but still a great camera with a great sensor. Only downside is no EVF and it looks odd.
If it were me though, I would save up and invest in the Canon Eos line, more options if you want to upgrade/expand later.
Thanks everyone for your replies, I guess I'll wait a bit to get a couple hundred more dollars before investing in a camera.