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Old April 13th, 2004, 12:14 AM   #16
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Bill - London <> New Jersey - no problem!!! ;-)

Senni ME66+K6 with XM2 GREAT stuff! I also put the XM2 on Mic ATT just to give me that extra protection. On the "other" channel I've used a Senni wireles mic. Works very well - excellent for interviews.

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Old April 13th, 2004, 04:14 PM   #17
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I think my exposure bar is almost always low or at least below
the middle. I'm pretty sure of that. The excecption might be
outdoor shooting in sunlight. Like I said, I really don't look at it
that much. I mainly look in my viewfinder (probably you GL2
users use the LCD flipout a lot?) since I don't have a monitor
to drag with me. After that I trust my zebra's to not overexpose
too much. Worked great for me.

Check out my Lady X episode (#14) if you want to see my latest
work with my XL1S using this path.
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