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Old August 6th, 2008, 07:56 PM   #16
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Not so expansive. Will see if i do a lot of concert, but it will look a little bit weird on a camera.

Once again, thanks a lot for all your answers !
Yea, I agree...that mic really is not meant to be mounted on Camera. If you could put it on a stand at a strategic location and run a mic cable to your camera...or if you are moble, you could send the mic level signal via a wireless "plugin" system.


Also, John makes a great point...try to get a feed from the house mixer. Most live events are a "MONO" mix. You could use a mono feed (line level) from the sound board on one track and capture a more lively version on camera with the paded down NTG-2. Then do a final mix in post.
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