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Canon 7D mit Zoom H4n / Ton nicht zu verwenden.

Canon 7D with Zoom H4n / sound not be used.



Frage von EST:
Oktober 2010

Hello!
I use a Canon 7D with the audio recorder Zoom H4n.
Both devices with a mini jack connected fork.
(Zoom Output Headphones - 7D Input Micro)
The sound comes from the 7D overloaded and in so useless. ?
Does anyone have that experience. ?
or generally to audio recordings with the 7D?
LG. EST



Antwort von Axel:

You've got it all wrong. Take with the zoom the sound on, external microphone (built-in stereo good for atmosphere, nichtz.B. For votes), for example, with a shotgun-Micro with XLR input. 7D the bad sound you can then with the good, replace manual leveled from the zoom.



Antwort von EST:

I do this all the time.
Is synonymous for expensive projects ok.
Would like to know why stop the sound and overdrive when I use the Zoom recorder. With a mono microphone I'm not the problem.
If one could disqualify on the level of the camera, the problem would be reduced.
Lg.EST








Antwort von Frank B.:

I do not know the Zoom recorder. Can it be that you not send the headphone output on the camera, but the line out?
Is there any switch something? If in fact the headphone output of the zoom is what it is when you turn the volume down s.Zoom? When headphones one can vary of quiet to loud.



Antwort von Axel:

Recorder and camera are not connected. It is said: "Sound is TAKE1," and the editing program, the "T" s of Take superimposed and multiplexed as a new clip.



Antwort von Frank B.:

For EST but they are obviously connected and I is not quite clear why we should not do that. Thus, there are two sound sources together and digitize on the Timeline to synchronize better. I would make the synonymous so - at the same audio recording and H4n Zoom Camera. The announcements (flap) that you mentioned, we must become synonymous but in this case, since both devices run at different times and stop.



Antwort von Bernd E.:

"Frank B." wrote:
... Can it be that you are not the headphone output to send the camera, but the line out? ...

That might be the explanation. Are probably the H4n from a (stronger) signal line, while the 7D can expect a (weaker) mic signal.



Antwort von EST:

Yes, the flap must make synonymous when used both signals.
Only you then have a reference sound.
I understand how to beat a flap and the O-Sound port.

My question relates to the recorder ZoomH4n to use with the 7D. .
As mentioned ... When I plug the input of the micro 7D eg mono Micro Automatic audio control on the Canon is active.
If I use the recorder is not.
The manual levels on the 7D is indeed currently not possible.

One could, of course, the zoom level on the turn and look down and if the sound improves on the Canon.

LG.EST



Antwort von Frank B.:

"EST" wrote:


One could, of course, the zoom level on the turn and look down and if the sound improves on the Canon.

LG.EST


But did so at full speed on the headphone output! Since the Canon is well controlled. Turn up the headphone volume down times. That would be the way the first act was before I had posted here;)



Antwort von EST:

No, it's not the problem of inflation.
The sound on the recorder is just super on the Canon is not to use it. The level of the Canon was in the red zone but it is not the problem of inflation.

One must adjust the zoom H4n Recorders at settings to "Mono."
So "a" micro (mono) and use the recorder to make synonymous Mono.
Then, the Canon use the signal.
If you use two or four microphones, the individual signal merged into one big mix and then we find the synonymous level in the red. The camera does not override the signal but places them above the other.

LG. Thanks EST and



Antwort von Frank B.:

I thought synonymous not the audio control signal s.Zoom. Have assumed that this was done correctly. To me it was about the level of the headphone output. I would sometimes turn very softly and then record on the camera. Is the sound of the camera at the slightest adjustment of the headphone volume controls on s.Zoom synonymous?



Antwort von EST:

To my knowledge, the recorder has no way to control the headphone output level.
But will the same time the description by seeing whether there is something of zooming H4n.








Antwort von Frank B.:

"EST" wrote:
To my knowledge, the recorder has no way to control the headphone output level.


Have just a couple of times in the net images viewed from the device. Below the line / headphone output volume control is (up / down). Since this is really a combined line / headphone output is, I would consider synonymous even know if the recorder in the menu to switch to headphone output has. Possibly. but the line out is enabled.



Antwort von EST:

This is now almost a little embarrassing. Actually, can not be overlooked.
to find right next to the headphones output.

"Next time read before description and ask questions later."

Thanks .. Frank.B.



Antwort von soan:

1. Of course, the 7d which make direct signal from the H4n - and while connected via a mini-jack headphone output.

It would be incredibly stupid really synonymous, the clean signal from the micro with additional wind protection NOT synonymous take on the 7d. While it is unfortunately easily drawn because of the dynamics by the deficiency, but it at least physically clean - as a good micro and a good experience audio control means H4n.

The hint with the "Attention flap" and can use the micro 7d directly not be taken seriously, because the micro-bumpy sound of the internal microphone does so on every Wurstfingergrabbelgriff every wind noise and each lens Geschrabbel. To synchronize therefore unsuitable - thought not to say amateurish.

2. Of course, the output level of the headphones manual be balanced. Everything else would be most embarrassing synonymous. lies with me for an audio control of ca-9dbFS the headphone output s.H4n at -30, the signal is so good at 7d.



Antwort von EST:

One question is still open ..
If you shoot with the zoom H4n stereo. For example, two microphones to the XLR inputs and then the whole with a stereo mini jack cable into the Canon. Can the camera, the process correctly, or the traces combined.

LG.EST




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