On Location in North Carolina, if you have a large panel discussion or interview let us know. High Track count shoots are our speciality
A very interesting and uplifting piece about transforming hate. Challenges on this project included a 3 on 1 large 5 camera interview and a large reverberant location that we used a combo of lav mics and noise reduction settings on the recorder to manage
On Location covering a story about military healthcare. Four camera interview and a day in the life
Denecke the leader in time code products was as late the party with a super miniature time code box but late to the party doesn’t mean you can’t steal the show. The JB-1 is about the size of a 9V battery and has a built in rechargeable battery with over 150 hours of life with screen backlight turned off. The software running it is so accurate no need to re jam it during the day as its accurate to 1 sub frame within 24 hours. Another cool feature is ability to flip display if mounting the upside down. Overall a great addition to the equipment inventory.
Nothing is worse than shooting in the rain, snow or sleet. But like the Post Office we must deliver. Here is how I protect my gear:
I own a Motu Sound Slick which is a large poncho well made with a clear area allow you to see your bag to mix it works well but is large and hard to carry around. But it works well and I have been in gail force winds with heavy rain and wind, and it kept me and my gear dry it also allows you to protect your boompole as well. , however if time permits I like to add a 2nd level of protection.
I usually wear a rain suit under my sound poncho or just the rain suit pants since your legs can still get damp. It will also help keep you warm in cold wet weather.
If the weather looks clear for the day I will leave all the rain gear at home. I always keep a $0.99 emergency poncho inside my sound bag in the event of an unexpected shower I can cover myself quickly. With this rain gear you and your gear should stay dry!!!!