DavidEarleChorowski Posted February 4 Report Share Posted February 4 Hey all, So I was working an interview that took during a Vogue cover shoot some months ago (video below), and when I busted out my original silver connector MKH 50 in this environment it was spitting out some truly insane noises that I've yet to hear or hear again. My question is, is there something unique to this photo gear and lighting that was giving me this trouble with my older mic? There were no strobes/flashes and the camera (medium format Hassleblad) seemed to be hardwired to the assistants monitor for data transfer. The G&E setup here was absolutely no joke as it was a Vogue cover shoot and there seemed to be some unfamiliar lights/things floating around as this was a photo shoot rather than the usual video G&E etc that we encounter. Had to bust out the 416 and yeah, it was not pretty sounding in that environment! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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