Now you’re ready to check out gear – let’s do a quick check-list:
- Attended orientation
- Completed and paid for the workshop ($25 aka ALL CLASS PASS)
- Completed the workshop for the gear you’d like to check-out.
Welcome to the Micro Mobile; designed to be a studio in a box, or rather a few cases, with ease of use as an essential ingredient. The micro mobile allows for multi-camera “on-location” productions, yet still fits in an average sized car. The micro-mobile contains:
MiniBurst 128/256 3-Point LED Lighting System. The three LED lights in this compact kit provide the equivalent of 500W hotlight power. The kit contains 2 x 256, 1 x 128; light stands, accessories, 3 battery packs and chargers. The kit is battery or AC powered. Ideal for lighting an interview, or just adding a little extra light in tight locations.
The MXL 990 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone and is currently for studio check-out use only. The MXL 990 has that classic look and is ideal for vocals, voice-overs and is also a good stand-by for acoustic instruments.
Shure MX 393 Boundary Condenser microphone. Boundary microphones are a great solution for a variety of applications workshops, panel discussions, etc. We have two different versions of the MX 393, omni-directional and cardioid. Boundary microphones should be surface mounted and they often have better reach than convential microphones.
Beyer Dynamic MCE 86 Electret Condenser Shotgun Hypercardioid. A highly directional microphone that must be pointed directly at the sound source hence the name!!
Sennheiser EW 100 G3 Wireless Kit. The system consists of a transmitter and receiver, a basic lavalier microphone and a pug-on transmitter for using a handheld microphone. These mics clip onto the clothing of the person speaking ideal for interviews, talk shows, podium speakers and presenters, or a host on the move.
Sony ECM 44 Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone. These mics clip onto the clothing of the person speaking ideal for interviews, talk shows, podium speakers and presenters. These smaller microphones do a good job of capturing an individual’s voice and rejecting background noise. They should be close to the sound source for best results.