My camcorder (SonyDCR TRV-740) makes fairly loud self-noise (zoom, drive) which is sometimes clearly on tape the hearing. So an external Micro umbedingt ago. After attempts dissatisfied with the directional micro-RMZ 14 of hama that the noise has only increased, I am on the MCE 72 of Beyerdynamic encountered. Even I know not whether I should buy it. My question: Hides the MCE 72 effective camera noise? (there will be a holder for decoupling supplied) Has anyone of you already familiar with it?
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Antwort von Markus:
the RMZ-14 comes in a plastic housing so that a direct bridge to the sound camcorder and produces no significant directional effect (is finally a stereo microphone, no directional microphone). Since it is not surprising when the body of the camcorder sound very clearly recorded.
The Beyerdynamic MCE 72 (also not a Microphone, the lateral sound events in a particular way dampens), together with the spider are much better, but prefer not to expect miracles. The Microphone is so synonymous in the immediate vicinity of the drive and therefore quiet passages in the drive noise perceive. Here, only a larger distance from the noise help.
Antwort von fokuss:
Thanks Markus for your explanation! Compared to the material I have garnicht thought. Since you have clearly noted the difference in price between 14 and MCE RMZ 72nd I will probably beyerdynamic growth and try .. However, I as a 1-man team and in unpredictable situations synonymous reportage no other way than the microphone directly on the cam to place ..