Okay. You’re out shooting an event or an interview. You have your HDSLR camera and your fast zoom or prime lenses, and your footage is looking great. When you get home, you import the footage into your editing software and, to your dismay, you discover that the sound quality is significantly lacking. Sound familiar? No matter how good your footage looks, bad sound can ruin a project. As HDSLR cameras continue to grow in popularity and video features, the sad truth is that their built-in microphones are not a good option for recording professional-quality audio. This is where compact, on-camera shotgun microphones can save the day. (via Shotgun Microphones for HDSLR Cameras | BH inDepth) High-res

Okay. You’re out shooting an event or an interview. You have your HDSLR camera and your fast zoom or prime lenses, and your footage is looking great. When you get home, you import the footage into your editing software and, to your dismay, you discover that the sound quality is significantly lacking. Sound familiar? No matter how good your footage looks, bad sound can ruin a project. As HDSLR cameras continue to grow in popularity and video features, the sad truth is that their built-in microphones are not a good option for recording professional-quality audio. This is where compact, on-camera shotgun microphones can save the day. (via Shotgun Microphones for HDSLR Cameras | BH inDepth)

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