Hi All, yes, I have already researched extensively in this and other forums and have not yet come to a conclusion.
I have a Panasonic SD 300 camcorder and films mainly pastime in our holidays. The original sound of the SD 300 does not please me, it sounds too little bulky for me, that is a bit flat.
I had purchased for my previous camera already the earwig, which I now synonymous with the SD 300 for indoor use.
Now I would like for location shots, especially with wind, not walk around with these Ohrwärmern as a windbreak. Even in midsummer garnicht s.Strand.
For these occasions I look for a microphone) (with Fellwindschutz that - Sounds good, - A certain straightening effect () for interviews, but still synonymous forward-positioned absorbs ambient noise - Is not too large
If a stereo mic. better or a mono?
Thank you for your tips and experience.
Antwort von kalle70:
Might be a good fit:
Antwort von rush:
times bissl the search a forum here ... da gibts pretty much output to the microphones of the class as mke 300 / 400 or the rodes .... huge because there are differences - for wind, but you'll get around a little Deadcats
Antwort von carstenkurz:
Ideal would be a forward-facing stereo microphone AND a mono-directional microphone. Ner small camera on the shotgun with wind schonmal obviously see from a little conceited. Simple Stereomics with 45-90 degrees angle erstmal perhaps more likely to match your idea as a better replacement for the internal microphone. For ne classic interview situation is a mono-directional micro-still the best.