Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Options for recording audio on your DSLR, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
- In this installment of Photo Gear Weekly,…we are at the studio technology department…at B&H Photo in New York City.…I'm here with Prentiss.…Now in a previous installment of Photo Gear Weekly,…we talked about the basics of shooting video…on a digital SLR.…But if you've gotten started with video on your SLR,…you might have noticed that the built-in microphone…doesn't give you the best audio quality,…so Prentiss is going to help us out with some tips…on getting started with a little bit better audio.…So we've got a variety of devices here,…microphones and whatnot, first off, can you give us a sense…of what sort of options are available,…general options in terms of types of microphones…that we might want to consider?…- Well, you have handheld, you have shotgun,…lavalier, those are, you normally get three options,…most time I tell people all the time when they come here…is that a camera is a camera first,…audio device 50th, maybe.…
(laughing)…Somewhere around there.…- But in terms of, okay, so a handheld,…that's pretty straightforward, obviously,…
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