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  • Audio-Technica AT875R Shotgun Condenser Microphone

    I ended up using this mic combined with a Tascam recorder to get voice overs done at work. I've also used it for recording how-to videos and the sound quality is amazing compared to built in camera audio.Buy product
  • Sony Wireless Bodypack Lavalier Microphone System

    This wireless microphone system has come in handy quite a few times. I've used it in a machine shop that gets quite loud. Even then, this mic was able to pick up the voice just fine.Buy product
  • Rode RodeLink Wireless Microphone

    If you're not looking to spend over $500 for a mic, these work just as good. They are easy to maintain and operate.Buy product
  • Tascam DR-10L

    This is a cheaper alternative to wireless microphones. However, you will have to sync the audio to your video in post. On a budget, I don't have an issue with this. The reason I got the wireless systems are mainly for quicker turn around.Buy product
  • Tascam DR-05V2

    This was my very first digital audio recorder. I mainly used it to hook a lav mic to and record that way. But, I did also used it as a standalone mic which was way better than my internal DSLR microphone at the time.Buy product
  • TASCAM DR-40

    I upgraded to this audio recorder because of the XLR inputs and phantom power. This allowed me to record voice overs and other audio out in the field.Buy product
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

    This is the newer 5D that came out recently. I haven't had a chance to try it yet but it has some neat upgrades I would be interested in experimenting with.Buy product
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III

    My first full frame DSLR. It was quite the upgrade from my Canon 60D. I really enjoyed using this camera. I just wish it had a flip out screen!Buy product
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