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Siya Zarrabi of @hopscotchtheglobe shares what he carries in his minimalist travel backpack. If you're looking to keep your production simple or just don't have the budget, Zarrabi has five tips for planning, filming, and editing that will lighten your load. 0:00 - Introduction 0:31 - Tip 1 1:25 - Tip 2 2:28 - Tip 3 3:08 - Tip 4 3:50 - Tip 5 How will you incorporate these tips into your travel production workflow? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Lavalier or shotgun microphone: which one should you use for your interview? There are pros and cons for each and in this B&H video, Gabriel Richards discusses the benefits and drawbacks so you can make an informed decision. 0:00 - Introduction 0:24 - Lav Microphones 1:51 - Shotgun Microphones 3:13 - Richards’
Join Nick Brigadier as he discusses the specs, tests, and compares three of the Sony ECM shotgun microphones: the ECM-G1, ECM-B10, and ECM-B1M. See how these three mics sound when filming on the busy, noisy streets of New York, as well as how they compare to each other! The Sony ECM-G1 Ultracompact Camera-Mount Vlogger Shotgun Microphone is an on-camera microphone optimized for the content creator, since its small size and vibration-suppressing features work in a variety of situations.
Jake Estes tests the Rycote HC-15, HC-22, and Nano Shield Windshield kit in the studio and out in New York City. The HC-15 and HC-22 are Rycote's first shotgun microphones. Nonetheless, they, along with the
Sennheiser, the company famous for its stellar line of industry-standard shotgun microphones, is releasing the MKE 200 ultracompact, on-camera mic for run-and-gun videographers, podcasters, and mobile journalists. Sennheiser MKE 200 Ultracompact Camera-