I would like my Rode Stereo Video Mic to a SonyHDR-HC9 ring. Is there any adapter or something similar?
I'm not about to connect the 3.5 mm jack, but simply to place the microphone on the camera.
Antwort von Gugo:
Well is no longer quite as fresh but what solls.
You look the part at times (http://www.rovotech.com/nuetzliches-zubehoer/adapter/mechanischer-adapter-fuer-sony-active-interface-2.html).
Ich hab ne HC7 and a Rode StereoMic and a Sennheiser MKE300, and have the "accessory holder for your camcorder without photo shoe with double connection" bought, however, the slightly problematic if you look at the whole combined with a tripod ... Because it can ever happen to the Camera "slipping".
The method using the whole "mechanical power" to realize falls flat, as both the MKE as synonymous to the VideoMic Picture hangs. Has a vll ne idea?
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Antwort von Gugo:
The mine is synonymous of "Emperor" is not only holding foldable ...
The problem is when I use the button on the accessory rail on my removable disk of Velbon DV7000 screw it s.and s.mal happens that from the weight of vollbestückten HC7 of the bracket itself aufschraubt and herumbaumelt.
Antwort von DigiDau:
Thank you for the first time responses.
The mechanical adapter, I had now found himself. However, for a heavy mic like the Rode is not suitable. I wonder just how the adapter will lock? The original pressure-point function of the Active-shoe accessory products, he has not in any event. When I slip the adapter in the shoe and her out.
But as written above, is the Rode Stereo mic up to the shoe's too big. The Wusel-kittens-hangs in the Picture. In the HV20, it is even worse.
For the HC9 I use now a SonyECM-MS907. That's just the weight so that the adapter does not slip from the shoe.