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    Auckland, New Zealand.
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    Sound Recodist / Boom Op / Sound Utility who is located in Auckland, New Zealand.

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  1. IronFilm

    New Zoom H3-VR Recorder mic combo..

    These trade offs though could become smaller and smaller as technology improves, maybe ambisonic mics will become the boom mic of the future? But I strongly suspect that future is easily a decade away or more, probably much longer.
  2. IronFilm

    cycling to work

    This guy has taken a much more low budget approach to breaking the speed records on a bicycle:
  3. IronFilm

    Deity Connect.

    If you know in advance the shoot might be 15hrs long (!!!) then you could pop then on charge over lunch. Seeing as they reach full charge in only an hour! I'd be curious about this as well, RodeLinks are limited to a max of 8 at once.
  4. Matt Price put up a video today about the Deity S Mic 2: Isn't the only mic Deity makes, they've got this smaller one as well more for camera ops and such though:
  5. IronFilm

    Deity Connect.

  6. IronFilm

    New Zoom H3-VR Recorder mic combo..

    Not yet, two major problems: wrong kind of capsules being used for our line of work + the extra weight
  7. IronFilm

    Deity Connect.

    Reports from IBC is that they're getting on the trade show's floor (which is undoubtedly a VERY hostile environment! Much tougher RF than our usual shoots) multiple times further range than RodeLinks would. So let's not just yet judge them on the basis of poor performance of other 2.4GHz products
  8. This is sad news 😞 But at least some got recovered eventually! Some very very very expensive lenses, cameras, and lights there. https://news.sky.com/story/huge-haul-of-stolen-hollywood-film-equipment-found-in-argentina-11498283 https://www.lanacion.com.ar/2172041-operativo-hollywood-stolen-cae-banda-equipos-filmacion However, I did find this comment on reduser to be quite funny: http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?171041-Huge-haul-of-stolen-camera-gear-found-in-Argentina&p=1824381&viewfull=1#post1824381
  9. IronFilm

    New Zoom H3-VR Recorder mic combo..

    Matt Price has done a video of the new Zoom H3VR:
  10. IronFilm

    cycling to work

    Fascinating how she did it: Which I could ride that! I'd be up for it. This is a really good interview with her: https://www.primalwear.com/blogs/news/you-need-to-slide-instead-of-tumble-an-interview-with-denise-mueller-korenek
  11. IronFilm

    Deity Connect.

    Yeah, I don't know why I haven't heard more about MiPro?
  12. IronFilm

    new NDI coming!

    I own a couple of Atomos Samurai Blades, and a Ninja 2 as well. Which are quiet. However those are 1080 only.
  13. IronFilm

    Deity Connect.

    Ah, sorry, my bad, replied too hastily. Well what matters the most is usually the thickness of it, and the thickness seems quite reasonable and comparable to a G3/UWP/UM400/etc. And as for a G3 TX being too big, well for many people it usually is ok, and if you have to go much smaller then you're entering into quite specialized/expensive territory such as a SSM. I'd hope though that Deity makes a smaller TX in the future, but for their first product? I feel this is a close enough to a good size to make it be. (as going a lot smaller leads to functionality/price/battery life compromises)
  14. IronFilm

    new NDI coming!

    The new Atomos Ninja V will have a NDI module. Atomos is also working with Timecode Systems to support wireless timecode with the Atomos Ninja V. https://www.dpreview.com/news/9268966987/atomos-ninja-v-shipping-at-the-end-of-the-month-with-new-atomx-expansion-modules
  15. IronFilm

    Deity Connect.

    A G3 receiver is too big for you?! They're pretty small already. And remember the Deity is a dual receiver, so you need to compare it to the size of two receivers.
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