outaouais_reppinIs 120 fps really so important? 60 fps is good to slow down your footage up to around 45%, wich IMO is generally enough.
BlackcountryBillNikon d3300? 1080/60p which none of the canons have.
ShaolinTangCanon is usually better for video then Nikon
ShaolinTangi'm just saying the truth, personally i film with a 7D and 24-70 f/4.0 and a glide cam hd2000. Canon is actually known for being better for the sake of filming, it's a common knowledge in the photography world
erikKIt's not 2008 anymore. Sony, Nikon, and Panasonic all offer better options than Canon. Also your one lens setup claim is not giving you any credibility.
ShaolinTangHaha damn your funny, if it comes to dslr's sony can't even be compared to a canon and Nikon
outaouais_reppinLet's start a Sony/Nikon vs Canon war on this thread, that'll help OP make a clear choice!
No seriously @buttermeski any entry DSLR that can film 60 fps (1080 or 720) will do the job to start for under 700$, it's up to you to see if you prefer the D3300, T3i or any other cameras.
The real difference will be made by how much you're willing to learn and how you use your camera.