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Swimming with sound: The Sound Shark

1504 Sound Shark ProjHalf of what we do as media producers is record audio. The other half of course is video. Quite a few of us forget about that and sometimes something comes along that helps us record better audio. One of the most popular things to do when recording with a small mirrorless or HDSLR's is to mount a short shotgun microphone on top of the camera. Most shotgun microphones are to be used vertically not horizontally like when they're mounted on a camera. The microphone does not do the best rejection and does not give you the best audio in front of the camera.

The makers of the Sound Shark have made a product that tries to solve this problem. The Sound Shark is a parabolic microphone using a small lavaliere in the dish. They Call it the “Zoom Lens” of Audio. It extends the range of audio that can be recorded, up to 30 feet. They are using proven technology that is used every day to record sound at a distance, such as football games and the professional sports. The basic unit with out microphone is $400.

Watch the review to see the Sound Shark in action.

Watch the video to see the Sound Shark in action.

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