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For some reason I don't want to use my more expensive real lavaliere so I made a cheaper version lavaliere microphone from a telephone headset. See video at minute 2:35. It work fine on my GH3 but it doesn't work as intended on my zoom H1. Both devices need a 3,5 mm min jack plug. Anybody a clue why it doesn't work? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DXGNGuwkCI&feature=youtu.be&t=2m35s
This is a really wonderful forum which helps me as newcomer really much. Thank your for this! Here is a video I shot with the turned down settings as suggested in this thread on the EOSHD. Due to inexperience with all the possibilities of the GH3, I set everything on auto except the aperture. But hey that's how I learned the hard -but very fast -way about shutter speed and light frequencies. ;-) Now I have to master how to install the lapel mic and the sennheiser correctly. The lapel picked up more non speaker sounds then I hoped for. Footage : Panaso
I bought a Zoom H1 and Rode Lavalier for recording interviews. Next week I will use them at a shoot so I'm bizzy testing and getting the right settings. What are the Optimal settings recording audio and why? The options on the Zoom H1 are Wav or MP3 - I choose WAV. Should I use 48 Khz and 24 bit or ....? So what Khz and Bit rate should I use? The options are... - 48 Khz 16 bit - 48 khz 24 bit - 96 Khz 16 bit - 96 Khz 24 bit - 44 Khz 16 bit - 44 Khz 24 bit Thanxs for helping!
In my quest to assemble a cheap & light weight versatile documentary one-man handled audio set I'm thinking of this for my (wired) lavalier set up. A zoom H1 recorder with the giant squid mono lavalier, combined with a mono to stereo plug. Anybody experiences with the giant squid mono lavalier? http://www.giant-squid-audio-lab.com