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Vidpro Lavalier Condenser Microphone for DSLRs, Camcorders & Video Cameras 20' Audio Cable
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Record crystal-clear sound with the Vidpro Lavalier Condenser Microphone. This mic is great for use with most cameras/camcorders that utilize a 3.5mm jack, and it conveniently attaches to the s
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Seems sturdy and wire is really long. Works with my Canon HF R700 camcorder and with my Motorola Moto X cellphone nicely.
Please watch my video review attached.
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We recorded about 15 hours of student videos straight into a camcorder with it. It's worth noting this is not the most directional mic. We were picking up both interviewees (shoulder-to-shoulder) and a touch of environmental noise (50dB school/crowd murmur) but no HVAC noise (25dB).
I also ran it directly into an H2N. In this application the H2N's on-board power is unnecessary. Worked great. The quality isn't pristine... it's good but if you really get picky there's this scratchy underlying... I don't know. I only notice it when I'm focusing on mixing the sound.
I've also run it directly into a laptop for a Webcast. Again... for $20 it made it sound much more professional. I think that's why people love these to death... they can't believe how relatively easy and cheap it is to overcome the awful on-camera mic audio (although, in defense, it's really all the environmental noise and reflections that make the audio awful).
I think the best way to use these mics, particular outdoors, is to plug them into a portable recorder, clap three times (to sync audio in post) and roll.
I think I'd like more directional. I'd also like the cord to be an extension because it's really long (I know, d@mned it you do, d@mned if you don't).
I am not sure what context this mic would be helpful. I have been a professional audio engineer for many years, and this is a classic "talk louder" system. As in, in order to make your voice louder with this mic, I need to amplify the background noise to the point where you have to talk even louder. What's the point?