I'm not a pro-video producer, in fact I don't have any experience.. I'm starting an interview project at my job where I need to produce pro level videos of interviews and small conferences/presentations.
I'm building a little home studio to receive my guest and hopefully, they will come to me, but I expect to have to go to them often... mostly in their Clinique's conference room or office.
The project is to
1. Live stream psychiatrists while they are doing a training in the conference room of a medical Clinique (so other medical clinic can connect and have access to it in real time)
2. Interview the psychiatrist later about their domain of expertise and publish it as a vlog/podcast.
I currently own a
- Canon 80d
- cam link 4k
- Tascam 60D
- Rode procaster
- Audio technica at875r
- Cheap canadian studio light (thinking of going with aputure 120d mark ii):
and no lavaliers... so my question is, which one should I choose? I was thinking of going with the new Sony uwp-d21 or d26 with an additional transmitter, so I would have 2 lavalier that I would connect to the tascam mixer, but since I use a canon, i was wondering if I would be better off in terms of quality with a seinheiser or countryman etc.
I have a budget of around 1000$ for the 2 lavalier kit.
Reviews I find online don't seem to address pro-level audio lavalier.. They are mostly for youtubers and I'm not sure if they really are impartial. I intend to shoot quite a bit of these videos so I want to make sure my audio is
2. "Easily" manageable as I will be IN the video with no one else to help me
What are your thoughts?