jimmycat Posted May 23 Report Share Posted May 23 I own a Lectrosonics MM400C with Countryman EMW, and never thought of using them in salty water. My coming project consists of a scene with two characters talking in the sea. It's scripted, and the director says he won't let the actors go too offshore. Once the sea level reaches their waists, the director's going to call a cut. So I'm considering to take a risk to mic them up. However, if some accident happens, e.g. a sudden wave, and the lav gets soaked, what measures should I take to reduce the salt damage as much as possible? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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