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Subject: Re: Best stereo solution for nature recording while backpacking thro
From: "Volker Widmann" volwid
Date: Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:36 am ((PDT))
A hearty welcome to the group, Durand!

In fact, I use Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries with my LS-10 and 11 
together with the Telinga Omnis, i.e. using plugin-power.
They will give you in the area of 22 hours recording time per pair.

Using the tree-ears method as indicated below will rid you of the need for a 
tripod, so you would be as lightweight as possible with still a good sounding 



Bernie Krause wrote:
> Sounds like you're traveling w/ lots of heavy gear, Durand. You might  
> want to reconsider and cover the trail with something like an Olympus  
> LS-10 or 11 or a Zoom H4N driven by sets of AA batteries like Volker  
> Widmann uses, and where a pair in the LS-10 lasts nearly 14 or 15  
> hours. 

> omni lavs that can be  
> tied around a tree (the diameter of which should be no larger than the  
> distance between a set of human ears), or clipped to the rim of your  
> hat or to your shoulders. Total package a bit over 1 lb.
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