This week is the third episode in a series about shooting video on a DSLR camera.
HDSLR cameras are capable of producing remarkable images but they are all pretty awful in the audio department. In order to combat these audio issues Mark will show a number of different microphones and audio devices that can be used to ensure that you’re getting the best audio. In the coming weeks, he will go over basic editing techniques as well as compressing for the web- so stay tuned!
Gear used in this video
- Rode Stereo VideoMic, On Camera Video Microphone with Shoe Shock Mount.
- Tascam HD-P2 Portable Compact Flash & Microdrive High-Def Stereo Audio Recorder
- JuicedLink DT454 4 Channel DSLR Preamp / Meter / Phantom / AGC Disabler
- Rode Blimp, Windshield / Shock Mount for NTG-1, NTG-2, NTG-3 Microphones
- Rode NTG-3 Precision Broadcast Grade Super Cardioid Shotgun Microphone
- Cavision Professional Production Slate with Grey Scale Magnetized Clapper Sticks & Acrylic Writing Surface.
- Sennheiser EW110 G3 Wireless Bodypack Microphone System with Omni Lavalier Mic (Frequency A2, Range: 518-554 MHZ)
- Sony ECM77B Omni-Directional Electret Condenser Microphone