Filming your concert can be incredibly important, especially if you’re seeing one of your favorite bands and want to capture the memories you’ll be reminiscing about forever. I’ve been to more concerts than I can count, and have attempted to film merely every single one with a different approach. This has enabled me to have some field testing under my belt in order to determine which video camera works best for live concert conditions. As far as sound goes, any internal microphone can suffice; however, for filming, it really depends on a few aspects: your budget, the exact shot you want, and any accessories you may want to supplement the filming. Sound is very hard to achieve when it comes to shooting live concerts — the bass is almost always distorted and if you want top notch quality, you’re going to need a cinema grade camera for that. The best type of camera to buy would be one that is great in lower light conditions. Point-and-shoot cameras are stated to be mediocre when it comes to this, although all of them typically come with a low light condition capability. We’ve found a few gems. Let’s get into it.