For those that want to record quality audio directly into the camera, JuicedLink has released the RM333 and RA333 Audio Preamps. These units don’t have minijack inputs, but you can always grab a simple minijack to XLR adapter. Lower noise is one reason for a preamp, but it’s also most desirable for event coverage shooters who end up with hundreds of video clips at the end of each day (i.e. weddings). You won’t need to sync audio in post which is a huge time saver when publishing content.
With the JuicedLink RM333 or RA333, you can input more than 1 microphone and quickly adjust levels independently through the analog dials. Obviously DSLR cameras can’t support all types of microphones directly, so the new JL preamps allow for use of XLR type microphones and can provide Phantom Power. For cameras that require AGC disable, without on screen audio levels, or headphone monitoring (everything before the Canon 5D Mark III), the RA333 is your choice. The Output Bracketing Protection feature is another unique feature that sends a duplicate lower signal to the right channel, so if you blow out the main audio channel, you have a back up that you can pull from in post. Check out the RM333, RA333, and other Preamp options over RM333 at the JuicedLink webpage CLICK HERE.
JuicedLink RM333 & RA333 Low Noise PreAmps for DSLR Video
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