Here is a combination of video and stills that we took using a Canon Elph 300HS. Stills were ok but response time of the camera was slow and did not shoot well in low light....plus some of the settings were hard to manage but in the end the 12.1 Megapixel is impressive for a low budget camera. On the other hand, we were impressed with the video shooting aspect of the camera. For a sub $150 camera the video was pretty good--all the video was shot in low light, natural light. I did not use any external lights or light kits...I did shoot on a monopod with some ankle weights for counter balance. I shot eye level, over audience head level and, using the monopod, it enabled me to get some high angle shots that turned out pretty good. The video was sharp and I was impressed that this little dslr (if you want to call it that) had a zoom servo for video. Check out the video and see what this little camera can do.