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  1. Perhaps a Sanken CS-3e? That mic is like a...

    Perhaps a Sanken CS-3e? That mic is like a scalpel and cuts out the off-axis traffic, construction, and other unwanted noises. Also doesn't have much of a proximity effect, which it great for hairy...
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    Looks like they're within about a dB of each...

    Looks like they're within about a dB of each other. As Rick suggests, drop them a line and ask:
    http://www.oscarsoundtech.com/contactus.html

    About the different response curves, I agree with what...
  3. Maybe also check out the camera mics from Deity....

    Maybe also check out the camera mics from Deity. Haven't used them myself, though:

    https://deitymic.com/video-microphones/
  4. I've operated several email lists over the years...

    I've operated several email lists over the years and overseen a couple very active message boards. I currently only run one email list, but it has 4000 members. So I've had to deal with member issues...
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    Glenn Sanders, the president of Zaxcom, posted...

    Glenn Sanders, the president of Zaxcom, posted this in jwsoundgroup about an hour ago. It's the first bit of a longer post that gets into their patent and dispute with Lectro, but to keep focus on...
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    OTOH, considering how crowded the UHF bands are...

    OTOH, considering how crowded the UHF bands are these days, it's probably pretty smart to have a 2.4GHz system on hand if you can't find clear frequencies for your G3s.


    Once work picks up as we...
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    "only 24-bit @ 48 kHz"

    "only 24-bit @ 48 kHz" <-- You are so jaded. :cheesy:

    Also: thanks for digging up that info.

    Considering the low-cost 32-bit recorders already out there. Maybe 32-bit recording is planned for...
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    I wonder how the unit will work with a lav with a...

    I wonder how the unit will work with a lav with a higher sensitivity. Rode rates their Lavalier Go mic at -35dB (that's the model listed as an accessory for the GO II). That's pretty high....
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    Impressive! How does it sound with your OST...

    Impressive!

    How does it sound with your OST lav if you crank up the gain on the transmitter? So you wouldn't need as much gain on your Sony camera?

    Thanks for your report!
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    Interesting. Where are you an intern?

    Interesting. Where are you an intern?
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    The whole proximity/tranparency thing feels weird...

    The whole proximity/tranparency thing feels weird to me. But Fred gives away a lot of knowledge based on a lot of experience. So overall, I think he's a useful resource and worth reading... And in...
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    I just googled that quote about "transparent"...

    I just googled that quote about "transparent" lavs. It's from a post by Fred Ginsburg, the guy who wrote the article Paul F linked to and (most likely) the Audio-Technica article you linked to (see...
  13. That's interesting. Fred Ginsburg, who wrote that...

    That's interesting. Fred Ginsburg, who wrote that article, does (or at least did) a lot of work with/for Audio-Technica, and I'll guess (without reading closely) that he wrote the article on AT's...
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    Ya, those DNB numbers could be way off,...

    Ya, those DNB numbers could be way off, especially for Zaxcom, and perhaps also for Sound Devices, Lectro, and others. But coarsely, I think this is likely:

    Teac/Tascam - didn't care enough to...
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    Good thoughts. So I did some quick googling...

    Good thoughts. So I did some quick googling (always risky) and find:

    Rode's parent company Freedman has annual revenue around $73 million USD...
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    Great response Mark. Thanks!

    Great response Mark. Thanks!
  17. My -hunch- is that the BMD camera has two...

    My -hunch- is that the BMD camera has two filters, to save space. So there's a 2-stop and a 4-stop, and they can be combined for 6 stops. But I don't really know.

    Here's the specs from BMD's site....
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    Hopefully I'm not veering too far off topic...

    Hopefully I'm not veering too far off topic (qualifying as "too far" on dvxuser is pretty challenging :) ), but considering your FS7 and a7sIII, what do you see as your next purchase? Let's assume we...
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    Based on the inexpensive tiny 32-bit recorders...

    Based on the inexpensive tiny 32-bit recorders from Zoom and Tentacle, I'll guess there's an inexpensive chip (or collection of chips) that'll do 32-bit recording with a low power draw. And the...
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    The software Rode Central app is out now, and...

    The software Rode Central app is out now, and looking at Rode's product page and press release, they don't mention TX recording being an upcoming feature. OTOH, Rode says the TX can "store over 24...
  21. Fujifilm has included a single built-in ND on...

    Fujifilm has included a single built-in ND on their X100 cameras (the ones that look like classic 35mm still rangefinders) for 10 years. But my guess is having a fixed lens and esp. not having IBIS...
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    SF, let us know how the system works for you. I'm...

    SF, let us know how the system works for you. I'm especially interested in range when running a lav to a transmitter attached behind the talent so the signal has to pass through the body.

    Thanks...
  23. Yes, but that marketing explains why some...

    Yes, but that marketing explains why some potential buyers are upset about the AF. So their complaints are understandable, if misguided.
  24. I think I agree with you, but then BMD says on...

    I think I agree with you, but then BMD says on their webpage for the camera:
  25. That bump between the top two buttons is most...

    That bump between the top two buttons is most likely the lav. The wearer would have sounded better with the lav lower, and that'd make it easier to match his and his victim's sound. His tracks could...
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