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    New Sanken Small Stereo Shotgun
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    Not sure if this is brand new, but seems to be the companion for their other new shorty. I'd love to have one, but is a bit out of my network.

    Thoughts?

    https://www.sankenmicrophones.com/pr...hotgun/css-50/


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    Just received an email this afternoon from Trew on it, so haven't really had a chance to see much info on it, yet. I have the 1 that they introduced last year. Using it for a nat mic on my F55. I've been happy with it in that capacity, so far. A/B'ing it with my 3e, it doesn't have as much low-end, though.

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    I think you meant to link to this.

    https://www.sankenmicrophones.com/pr...hotgun/cms-50/
    Last edited by Run&Gun; 05-16-2019 at 06:11 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Run&Gun View Post
    Just received an email this afternoon from Trew on it, so haven't really had a chance to see much info on it, yet. I have the 1 that they introduced last year. Using it for a nat mic on my F55. I've been happy with it in that capacity, so far. A/B'ing it with my 3e, it doesn't have as much low-end, though.

    *EDIT*

    I think you meant to link to this.

    https://www.sankenmicrophones.com/pr...hotgun/cms-50/
    Makes sense- mid-side is a lot more versatile + fun to use.


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    Been using far lower cost Sony ECM-MS907 and 957 mics for over 20 years now with far flatter frequency response as those phase cancellation tubes can do weird things in stereo.

    I tend to use them off camera though and just have a mono AT875r on camera for run and gun FX to add to any lav radio mics I use.
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