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  1. If this question is for me then the answer is MKH 50. Haven't had the pleasure of testing out the 8050. If it's even in the same ballpark as the 50 then it's an amazing mic.
  2. Thank you all for taking the time to respond. Sounds like the correct answer is get both mics at an absolute minimum. I just sold a 416 to put towards one, it was just useless in small, echoey rooms, and I liked it outside, but really preferred the 8060 I tested.
  3. I'm going to be buying one mic at a time as I build up a collection for short films and documentaries (50% indoor, 50% outdoor). I have spent time with both, but only in their proper settings, 8060 outdoors and 50 indoors. Absolutely love them both and find them easy to work with, although I haven't cut them together to hear if they match well. If you had to survive with only one for a couple months before you buy the next, which would it be?
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