Hello, I’m looking at buying a DSLR camera primarily for video use to become a freelance videographer during my final year at university. I would like to keep the camera for a few years, so I understand that I will have to shell a fair bit out. I’m new to DSLR cameras, but I have experience with a point and shoot camera, and a video camera from my university which I borrow out. I’m looking to spend about £400-500/$580-$730 on the camera body itself (with a lens), with another £100/$150 or so going towards a tripod and microphone. I don’t mind stretching my budget to get a better camera. I will be filming news reports and PR material with the camera, and would like to shoot 1080p content, 4K would be a great plus. I would also like to film YouTube style vlogs in my spare time too. I may also be using the camera to film wrestling. I need something with a great stabiliser for handheld/rig filming, and preferably a quiet auto focus feature for the YouTube 'selfie' style of filming. From my research, I heard that Nikon is best for journalism, and Canon is best for sport. I was also told that the Panasonic GH4 is a good option, but that’s just out of my budget, and the Canon 750 I have been told is really great too. Which camera would you suggest would suit my needs the best? If you want to know anything else, please don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you so much for your time.