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Re: Zoom H2n opinions please

Subject: Re: Zoom H2n opinions please
From: "Chris M. Jacobson" cjguitar
Date: Mon Jun 3, 2013 5:09 pm ((PDT))
H2n is OK for some things, but probably would suffer on quieter outdoor amb=
iances (it's a bit noisy). They recently introduced the H6n that looks like=
 it has some potential:


Chris M. Jacobson, CAS
Sound Designer/Re-Recording Mixer
Imagery Productions

On Monday, June 3, 2013 at 4:57 PM, Scott Fraser wrote:

> < I had looked at some of Sound Devices equipment along with some others.=
 I was looking at 4 channels but not sure about size and extra 4 mics given=
 that I usually am carrying 2 or three cameras, a couple of tripods and ass=
ociated kit plus hide etc. as well as on occasion a small crane. The idea o=
f something like the H2n was a 'one small kit fix' if it is up to the job b=
oth in specification and build. Like I say whatever I end up with all it's =
roll will be is to do the ambient soundscape, not the main focal sounds. >
> There's this new Tascam, intended to integrate with a DSLR system in the =
> Around $350 USD.

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