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Feb 24, 2014 11:47 |  #31

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Wouldn't a pair of NGT-1's work great for a stereo setup.l

Stereo setups with shotgun microphones can be a bit trickier than with some wider pickup microphones, but you could record a mono shotgun and pan it (to both the left and right channel with a balance you like) in post.

For some situations, you might look at the The Rode NT1-A http://www.adorama.com​/RDNT1A.html (external link) which has a good budget reputation. I believe Rode has replaced or complimented it with the NT1 http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …d_cardioid_cond​enser.html (external link) You might also consider one of these two (Rode also carries a matched pair of the NT!-A) microphones as another tool to have access to.

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this is gonna get expensive lol

How about a couple of http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …H_8070_MKH_8070​_Long.html (external link)

Keep in mind that while the microphones I have mentioned are good microphones for the prices, microphones, just like lenses, can get a lot more expensive for really good ones.




  
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Mar 23, 2014 22:28 |  #32

1000arms wrote in post #16696255 (external link)
Tascam DR-60D 4-Channel Linear PCM Recorder (normally $320 to $350)

and

(free) Red Giant PluralEyes 3 Audio/Video Sync Software (normally $180)

at B&H for $199.99 http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …_ch_track_linea​r_pcm.html (external link)

The Tascam DR-60D recorder is usually $320 to $350, so $199.99 is a great deal, but B&H is also including PluralEyes 3 for free at the $199.99 price. Amazon has the recorder for $199.99, but is not including the software.

The offer is still valid.




  
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Apr 01, 2014 16:46 |  #33

Somebody said on the 1st page they had a code to enter. Not sure if it's still valid but I absolutely see NO place to enter a damn code anyway

I'm ready to buy now.


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Apr 01, 2014 18:28 |  #34

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Somebody said on the 1st page they had a code to enter. Not sure if it's still valid but I absolutely see NO place to enter a damn code anyway

I'm ready to buy now.

I'm also not sure if it's still valid at this point, but the code, if it still takes it, needs to be entered at the check out point. If it doesn't show up at that point, then I'd have to think it's no longer valid.



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Apr 01, 2014 18:51 as a reply to  @ SYS's post |  #35

Apparently they don't have places to enter promo codes. I called and they told me to just click on the link on the email where it quotes the price. I told them that I never got any email, I just saw the deal on a message board. The guy on the phone still hooked me up and I got it for $185 or whatever it was.


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Apr 01, 2014 19:26 |  #36

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Apparently they don't have places to enter promo codes. I called and they told me to just click on the link on the email where it quotes the price. I told them that I never got any email, I just saw the deal on a message board. The guy on the phone still hooked me up and I got it for $185 or whatever it was.

One reason signing up for their newsletter or email list is a good idea. I often get alerted for such bonus savings that are not advertised elsewhere.



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Apr 02, 2014 07:23 |  #37

http://www.cinema5d.co​m/news/?p=24452 (external link) wrote;"Pricing & Availability: PluralEyes 3.5 beta will be available soon, with a release in Q2 for $199. Existing users of PluralEyes qualify for a $79 upgrade. Customers who buy PluralEyes from today (March 31, 2014) forward are eligible for a free PluralEyes 3.5 upgrade when it ships."




  
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Apr 21, 2014 09:38 |  #38

The B&H offer is still good:

Tascam DR-60D 4-Channel Linear PCM Recorder (normally $320 to $350)

and

(free) Red Giant PluralEyes 3 Audio/Video Sync Software (normally $180)

at B&H for $199.99 http://www.bhphotovide​o.com/c/produc...inear​_pcm.html (external link)




  
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Apr 21, 2014 10:13 |  #39

I purchased my third Tascam several months ago just to get the free PluralEye 3, then sold the unneeded Tascam on Craigslist. PluralEye 3 was worth the trouble.



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Apr 21, 2014 15:04 |  #40

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I purchased my third Tascam several months ago just to get the free PluralEye 3, then sold the unneeded Tascam on Craigslist. PluralEye 3 was worth the trouble.


BH had it last week drop down to 179.99 so I bought it. I had the DR-40 which I paid $140 for it and sold it and got 132 in my pocket. I then sold the plural eyes for $75 so I got the 60D for same cost me for the DR40.

Only problem is I need some mic's now.


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Apr 21, 2014 23:53 |  #41

SYS wrote in post #16850224 (external link)
I purchased my third Tascam several months ago just to get the free PluralEye 3, then sold the unneeded Tascam on Craigslist. PluralEye 3 was worth the trouble.

Talley wrote in post #16850887 (external link)
BH had it last week drop down to 179.99 so I bought it. I had the DR-40 which I paid $140 for it and sold it and got 132 in my pocket. I then sold the plural eyes for $75 so I got the 60D for same cost me for the DR40.

Interesting that one of you wanted PluralEyes and the other wanted the Tascam.

Talley, if you sold PluralEyes to a friend, you might mention the below:

1000arms wrote in post #16803661 (external link)
http://www.cinema5d.co​m/news/?p=24452 (external link) wrote;"Pricing & Availability: PluralEyes 3.5 beta will be available soon, with a release in Q2 for $199. Existing users of PluralEyes qualify for a $79 upgrade. Customers who buy PluralEyes from today (March 31, 2014) forward are eligible for a free PluralEyes 3.5 upgrade when it ships."

Talley wrote in post #16850887 (external link)
Only problem is I need some mic's now.

What are you looking for?




  
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Apr 22, 2014 08:05 |  #42

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Interesting that one of you wanted PluralEyes and the other wanted the Tascam.

I already have two excellent Tascam recorders so didn't need a third.



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Apr 22, 2014 22:51 |  #43

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Interesting that one of you wanted PluralEyes and the other wanted the Tascam.

Talley, if you sold PluralEyes to a friend, you might mention the below:

What are you looking for?

I already had a copy of plural eyes from my Dr 40.


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Apr 23, 2014 13:07 |  #44

SYS wrote in post #16852374 (external link)
I already have two excellent Tascam recorders so didn't need a third.

Talley wrote in post #16854475 (external link)
I already had a copy of plural eyes from my Dr 40.

I knew you had each made good use of the specials. I found it interesting that you made use of opposite sides of the deals. :)

Talley, what type of microphones are you looking for?




  
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May 13, 2014 08:51 |  #45

1000arms wrote in post #16696255 (external link)
Tascam DR-60D 4-Channel Linear PCM Recorder (normally $320 to $350)

and

(free) Red Giant PluralEyes 3 Audio/Video Sync Software (normally $180)

at B&H for $199.99 http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …_ch_track_linea​r_pcm.html (external link)

I don't think anyone else has created a thread on this deal. The Tascam DR-60D recorder is usually $320 to $350, so $199.99 is a great deal, but B&H is also including PluralEyes 3 for free at the $199.99 price. Amazon has the recorder for $199.99, but is not including the software.

Make that $195 at this moment.




  
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