3 results for tag: filmmaker


Using the Rode VideoMic Pro Microphone with Canon 5dmkiii – Best Setting

Most filmmakers I talk to set their DSLR to auto when using the Rode Mic. Even I used to set the camera to auto years ago (with my 5dmk2) because it was too much to worry about monitoring and shooting. Now I've changed my tune and found a great setting to get much better audio. This video explains how I setup the RØDE VideoMic Pro microphone with the Canon 5dmkiii Camera for the cleanest signal. These microphones are not for every application but for those shooting weddings, run-and-gun, or documentary on-the-fly filming, this is a great option for clean audio. Make sure you stay within 10 feet or less of your subject for best results. The ...

How To Mic A Groom For Best Audio At Your Wedding

In this video, I discuss how I set up my Sony field recorder and microphone for optimal quality. In addition I explain why I chose this current setup. HERE'S THE STUFF - Sony ICD-SX1000 Flash Recorder - Sanken COS-11D Lav Microphone The Sanken COS-11D microphone was customized with a right angle Neutrik 1/8" jack from pro-sound.com ****UPDATE**** It has come to my attention that B&H has discontinued the Sony ICD-SX1000 although I see it on Amazon still. I am not sure what will be replacing this as of now but I will update when I know. Here is an amazon link to buy : amazon.com/Digital.../dp/B00BPM5J30/ref=sr_1_1... If you ...

Using the RODELink Wireless Filmmaker Kit

I had a chance to check out the RODELink Wireless Filmmaker Kit with a Canon 5D Mark III during a band shoot we were filming. This was literally the first time we opened the RODELink box because we didn't have time to play with it before hand. We knew we would have a little downtime while the band was setting up so we decided to open up the box then. Surprisingly, we had it up and running within 5-10 minutes. The instructions and interface were pretty straight forward coming from other wireless audio devices. Below you will find the actual settings we used. The audio on this tutorial is recorded directly from the RODELink into the DSLR so you can ...