Posted on 5/24/2009 8:36:00 PM
I always run into this problem. When I am shooting at a event, in order to pick up better sound, I will be using a shotgun mic that pick up sound from one direction, that my cameras are setup pointing at the loud speakers. However, there're times the person talking will be running around the location that I need to turn the camera around to get the visual. At the same time, the shotgun mic not be pointing at the speakers and the sound recorded will become muffled. Now I have a solution.
Instead of mounting the microphone on the camera shoe, I have it mounted on the Rycote Extension Bar. The bar double nuts design allow me to pivot to the shoe. Now I can get my shotgun mic rotate to whatever degree I need. Problem solved!
Check out the photos here. I have the shotgun mic rotate to point to different direction.
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