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resoNate3973

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    Zoom F8, 4 Lectro 411a's with 2 SMQVs/ 2 400a's. Zax IFB100 w 2 erx2tcd's
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    Zoom F8n.

    I can see where most ppl donโ€™t use it, but Iโ€™m constantly hopping to camera with boom and several talent and they like to use he mix, so panning quickly is important to me. But I guess itโ€™s not that bad to just go through the setting menu. The control surface is awesome tho!
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    Zoom F8n.

    Does anyone happen to know if there is on the fly shortcut to adjust panning. One of the main things I like about the new one is using the Main Encoder to adjust trim. But how do we adjust panning? Hopefully not by going into the system settings everytime to change the Track Knob assignment... I feel like a double click or something could be easily added. Thanks in advance.
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    How did they capture this audio? [BBC 1979]

    It seems like they are definitely recording a separate feed of the wireless phone, don't you think? Those hard wave blips in the blooper scene wouldn't be picked up that way via microphone. The hallway walk n talk sounds like a boom to me. At 0:50 it sounds like what could be wireless RF clicking due to reception loss after he gets in the car (in the case that they weren't overdubbing his audio). Though, I'm not familiar with older wireless systems and don't know what typical dropouts sounded like. Overall the audio is very consistent, especially at the end. The hardest scenes for me to figure out are the book shelf filing bit and near the end when is walking up the path facing camera. We can hear his audio isn't 'brought up' until a couple seconds in. ie. 4:34 "the only..." To me it sounds like a boom lacking presence, before fading up the lav. It doesn't seem like the lav mic is hidden in the phone because of the way he is waving it around during the above shot^ (4:30). My 2 cents... Cool clip though.
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    Taping mics to chest

    ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ He's ready for a stereo rig!
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    Rechargeable Batteries for TX

    What's the cheap chinese stuff called?
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    Zaxcom TRXCL3

    Right thanks, I know those pros and cons are bouncing around in my head and I can't decide if it's worth it to have the additional channels of the QRX. I'm leaning towards no - but just think it's really cool haha.
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    Zaxcom TRXCL3

    There are so many cool tools from Zax it is hard to make a decision on how to do it... I honestly have been battling with the RX200 vs using a QRX235 w CL and additional stereo transmitter to send 3-4 channels of audio to camera to make posts workflow easier and make me a few extra bucks (assuming you only use 3-4 talent at a time like in my case) . Anyone else doing this or can think of a reason not to do it? Cuz the RX200 would be easier. haha. Thanks. Nate
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    Zaxnet: what is the interface for using the features?

    Anyone have any thoughts on how well the IFB option works (range) on the QRX series specifically the 235?
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    New Zaxcom TX and RX

    Does anybody have experience with the QIFB option of the QRX 235 as far as range and signal quality? Can it replace an IFB 100 or 200? Thanks, Nate
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