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This video demonstrates the zoom h4n being used as an input directly to your DSLR. So this enables you to record multiple audio devices into the video file of your mp4. Generally with a "line out" it can sometimes be tricky to get the correct setting to record into the "mic in" of your camera.
The benefit of this setup is that you can record better reference audio or have better on camera audio from the zoom. And have the ability to record seperate tracks of audio at the same time, through one device and monitor the audio coming in.
Set you cameras sound record level to 1 notch up from zero, and the zooms headphones/line out to 55.
Your mic levels from the zoom can be roughly 30-50 record level to be safe.
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Just my DSLR setup to share.
And some answers that have been asked on previous video.
Also check out updated gear video (4.19.2011) here vimeo.com/22683402
70-200MM 2.8 IS vs. non-IS comparison video by Joey Matthews from 31Films. infocusvideoevent.com/blog/2009/12/dslr-lenses-part-3-is-vs-non-is.html
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In Part 1 of Canon 5D Mark II Audio Exposed, I compare the Microtrack II, Zoom H4n, BeachTek DXA-5D, and the juicedLink CX 231 when recording a closely placed shotgun mic.
The only processing of the comparison audio was changing gain to match levels. You can download the uncompressed comparison audio here: p3pictures.com/audio_5d2/AudioExposed_Part1_Boom.zip
Part 2: Camera Mounted Mic - vimeo.com/5388476
Part 3: Wireless Lavalier - vimeo.com/5443143
Part 4: Foley - vimeo.com/5453690
Part 5: Noise - vimeo.com/5474562
Part 6: Conclusions - vimeo.com/5903379# vimeo.com/5370880 Uploaded 53.8K Plays 201 Likes 45 Comments
H6 Handy Recorder
• The world's first handy recorder with interchangeable mic system
• XY mics capture remarkable stereo depth and clarity
• Mid-side mics provide continuously variable stereo width
• Four XLR/TRS inputs for external mic/line connections
• Up to six channels of simultaneous recording
• High-definition audio of up to 24-bit/96kHz
• 6-in/2-out USB audio interface
• Over 20 hours of operation with 4 AA batteries
• Supports SDXC memory cards up to 128GB
• Optional Shotgun mic and external XLR/TRS inputs available
• Optional Hot Shoe Mount to attach your H6 to a DSLR video camera
on paper this looks like all the right stuff for us that need high-definition audio with a compatible profile designed to work with today's dslr. As a professional photographer I have been looking for a professional high definition field recorder for some time I have looked at the tascam DR 60D as well as the tascam dr 100mii I currently own the Zoom H4N i would rate it a 8.5 as far as professional portable field reporters. I like many have placed a preordered for the new Zoom H6 hopefully we will receive them here at the end of the month of the first of the coming month and August and I'll be able to provide a very detailed review on this unit.# vimeo.com/69993351 Uploaded