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Mic & Gun

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  1. Shabar says:
    Powering Your Shotgun Mic. Shotgun microphones use condenser capsules, which require some source of power. Most traditional shotgun mics need phantom power, though some may support battery powering. Some camera-mount shotgun mics run on batteries, others just need plug-in power from your camera, and a handful can operate via USB bus power.
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  3. Zulkilrajas says:
    Dec 11,  · A shotgun mic is a very directional microphone (have a look on Wikipedia). For general purpose stuff get yourself a large diaphragm condenser (you'll probably need a phantom power source for it), it will be a good all round mic. I've found that if you ask people what mic should I buy you will get a thousand different opinions, pretty much all.
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  5. Vukinos says:
    The Senal SCS DSLR/Video Stereo Microphone is a non-directional, non-shotgun mic, but is best used for recording live music. A key thing to understand about upgrading your on-camera microphone is that it isn't a complete, all-in-one solution for better audio.
  6. Nektilar says:
    If you're shooting with any smaller camera that lacks XLR inputs, but has 1/8" mic in, this is the mic for you. Purchased for use with a Canon T2i, I have found the VideoMic to be invaluable. The camera's pinhole mic is all but useless, and this gives me camera reference audio I can trust.
  7. Muk says:
    And to surprise you even more, this mic test will display a lot of useful information about your microphone (for example, its name, number of audio channels, latency, sample size and sample rate, as well as if it supports echo cancellation or noise suppression). In addition, if the tester will detect any problems with your microphone, you will.
  8. Voodoor says:
    Perfectly clear, and in full detail. It is like building a sonic tunnel the sound is being pulled through toward the mic, protecting it from all the other unwanted noises so it doesn’t get lost in the din. As most audio professionals know Sennheiser shotgun microphones have always been extremely good at that.
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