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About jKennedy

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  1. As I'm getting this website up and running you can use the code LEASH25 to get 25% off your order. Cheers!
  2. I made a few tape leashes for myself and then gave away or sold the rest. Everyone seems to like them so I've decided to sell some more! http://www.jessekennedysound.com/tape-leash
  3. I have been inspired by your actions here and am beginning a 'follow along at home' project. Can you share the specs on the closed cel foam you're using?
  4. I found this recently I hope this is applicable and helps: https://www.apwpt.org/downloads/handoutfrequencies2018.pdf
  5. Thanks David that is solid wisdom!
  6. Thank you Philip the more I think about this I'm inclined to agree with you. I suppose if my cart work increases and I'm expanding to larger projects I may re-visit this later. For now I'll take that money and buy an Oasis lol. Maybe a back up Nomad in case of catastrophic failure.
  7. Apologies in advance if this has been covered elsewhere I couldn't find much about this. After years of working out of a bag system I'm considering building a cart with the Nomad 12 as the brains of the operation. I would also like to be able to have a backup recording system in place (bonus if it can work as a stand alone system as well) to capture iso tracks. For me using all available Nomad outputs for this is not an option. I was thinking that something like a Ferrofish Dante32 could sit between my wireless and my Nomad and route the tracks to a Macbook with PT or BoomRecorder or if I'm really spending all the monies feeding a Pix970. The biggest drawback here is that any hard wired mics needing 48ph would need a separate pre-amp or have to go through the Nomad first and then back to the FFish for distribution. Is this idea simply overkill? I'm open to any and all suggestions and I appreciate and am humbled by the amazing knowledge base you all offer. Thanks.
  8. Hello any update on a good option for the Nomad Touch tablet?
  9. Thanks for the replies. I'm hoping all is well since I have yet to get an email from post.
  10. Hello all. Recently I had a gig with 2 C300s which I was jamming via a zaxcom TRX900CL feeding two RX200. The cameras picked up the my timecode no problem but the letter next to the timecode in the camera display was changing from 'E' (External - my timecode) to 'F' (Freerun or the camera's internal time code) every second or two. Visually the timecode looked to be running fine. Everything was set to 23.98 and I don't think the problem was related to reception. Any thoughts or insights int this would be appreciated.
  11. I know this is an old topic but I wanted to chime in for anyone looking for more answers. I just picked up a TS-3 and noticed a similar issue where the TC display on the slate and a 633 I just jammed from was off a few frames if I took a picture with my phone. HOWEVER, with the slate closed but still on I'm able to send the TC back into the 633 where it shows zero difference in the jam menu. I hope this helps. I'm just hoping that the slate is more 'picture accurate' then the display on my 633. Cheers!
  12. In a pinch I've used the Sound Guy's lavaliere strap. It's not made to hold a body pack but it does an OK job and it's very thin.
  13. Wow. So the batteries are powered by fire bombs? That's scary. Could this scenario play out with a short or does it take a puncture to create this situation?
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