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Old February 22nd, 2014, 04:54 PM   #1
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DSLR Audio Mount Help

So I am in desperate need for help here. I currently shoot a mixture of a Sony AX2000 and a Sony A77, but am selling my AX2000 in hopes of buying a Sony A99 and switching completely over to filming with DSLRs. I want to do this because I love the video that DSLRs can produce and they are more in line with the type of work I do. Here's my situation: I am a professional outdoor videographer and film a lot of hunting shows and a lot of commercials for outdoor ranches. I also produce commercials for businesses and universities. Right now on my AX2000
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Old February 22nd, 2014, 05:32 PM   #2
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Re: DSLR Audio Mount Help

Joshua, welcome aboard!

I'm sorry that I can't help with your question.

To avoid confusion, I suggest that you use the "Edit" function to edit your [partial] text in this thread, just delete all of it and put in the word "Deleted."

I don't recall whether it's possible to edit the thread title, or not, but if so you might also change that to "Deleted."

Doing those things might prevent people from clicking on this thread to read it, and perhaps in a little while the moderator would even find it and delete the whole thing.

Good luck with your question! I'm sure you'll get a variety of answers here.
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