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MarcPDesaulniers

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About MarcPDesaulniers

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    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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    I have been working as a ENG sound engineer for the past 10 years.

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  1. Rycote Super Softie for MKH50 and CMC641

    Put me in there too. Would like a picture too. You'd say it perform better than the regular softie?
  2. Gear rental China

    Hi Jez, You are right, Nanning isn't in Yunnan but in Guangxi! For the info, I posted a link a couple of replies before yours. Going there tomorrow, I'm thrilled. Marc
  3. Gear rental China

    Here's the detail for the rental place: Xizao Television Website: http://www.gxxzys.com/ Tel:13367802559 Thanks all!
  4. Gear rental China

    Hi Allen, everyone, The local fixer the production hired found a camera rental company that own and rent a 633, boom and wirelesses (brand not specified). I think it's around Guangzhou. I can ask for details if anyone is interested. Thanks you all for your inputs, much appreciated.
  5. Gear rental China

    Thanks for the links New Mexico, I am aware of the great power of Google, but I was hoping with my post to find something closer to Nanning. If you look at the map, it is quite a ride to rent gear from Beijing. I will check with the BJ rental place, but I find it very strange that there would be no gear available to rent in the region, and even more in Hong Kong.
  6. Gear rental China

    Hello everyone, I am looking for gear rental in China, some kind of back up in case mine does not make the trip or anything. Production asked for a plan B. I will be shooting in the region of Nanning, Yunnan, but can make a pick up in Guangzhou if needed. I would need a ENG bag with a recorder. I roll with the nomad and lectrosonics wireless, any gear close to this quality will do. Thanks for the tips.
  7. Show me your pack

    Yup, I use Powerex, regular ones. What are you using? I would like to give it a try Thanks Wyatt
  8. Show me your pack

    Merci Dominique, Thanks Jack, I already own SMQV but, being a Nomad owner, I want to make the switch to Zax wireless this summer for reasons you both must know. I also prefer life battery over seize. On Zaxcom's website, the LT is claimed to give up to 5 hours of running time, wich I found quite reasonable, being the fact that I get about 6-7 hours with my SMQV in real world situation (running most of the time at 100mW). Now things I must find out is: is the 5 hours run time of the LT is real and what range I can expect to get on 50mW with the QRX200 and LT2. I guess I will find out when I'll rent the things for a week or so when I'll get back to Montreal. By the way, Kelsey's clips looks great, I'll make sure to order a few in a couple of months!
  9. Show me your pack

    Thank you Jack, this is great! It is actually the first time I see the clip of the TRXLA. Cheers
  10. Show me your pack

    Thanks Scott, it would be great!
  11. Show me your pack

    Hi everyone, A while ago I saw a couple of pictures of mixers/recorders all together for seize comparaison. I tought it was a nice thing to see and I would like to see the same for different types of TXs. I would especially like to see a picture of an SMQV and a TRXLA2 side by side, but for everyone's sake it would be nice to see other models ( Wisicom, Audio LTD, Sennheiser, Lectro new series... ) Any of you gentlemen is able to do that? Thanks, Marc
  12. My new bag....

    This is Amazing work Pascal, I am speechless. Congrats. On the business side of things, have you tried to mold your aluminum frame in order to make plastic casting? Could be a much cheaper and faster way to reproduce the thing and a plastic frame would be also lighter... Take it or leave it, it's just an idea BTW, what kind of power distro is connected under the battery shoe? Cheers!
  13. Thanks to the "usual suspects"

    ++1 Tyler rocks, indeed!
  14. Big Sweat

    Oh, and Peter, like Dominique asked, a picture of your sport tape rig would be much appreciated.
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