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Sanken CMS-50, a very compact Mid-Side shotgun for US$1750 (coming this June)

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https://www.sankenmicrophones.com/production/shotguns/cms-50/

 

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The unique CMS-50 is a 5.4″ compact stereo condenser shotgun that weighs only 4.6oz. The mic is especially suited to shoots where tight patterns and premium sound are the goal. It can be camera mounted without interfering with even a short lens, yet still provide the quality of audio demanded by today’s professionals.

It is an M-S (Mid-Side) configuration which makes it possible to adjust the stereo width from mono to stereo at the mixer or in post production. The shotgun includes two outputs, a cardioid and figure of 8, which can be fed into the mixer for width adjustments. If both outputs are recorded then width can be managed in post. 

Like all Sanken shotguns it is rugged and dependable with a wide range of applications where sound clarity and noise rejection are critical requirements. 

 

 

CMS-50 with GS-23 ShockmountCMS-50 Polar Pattern Mid

CMS-50 Polar Pattern Side

CMS-50 Frequency Response Mid

CMS-50 Frequency Response Side

 

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Ooo. Thats a nice size for a MS config. Cant say I get enough work to justify it but on the occassional doc that wants it - thats what Id want to have in the blimp!

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lovely size.

I wondered if the M mic is similar to the CS-M1, but the polar pattern and the off axis frequency response look very different.

 

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