DIY Video and Photography Projects

Popular Zoom Tascam Marantz Audio Recorders on Sale – Ends Saturday Midnight
December 10, 2015






These are some great deals on popular audio recorders. If you don’t already have a few, the Zoom H1 is still my favorite pocketable recorder. The Tascam DR-40 is also a popular portable recorder with great reviews and offers up XLR inputs with Phantom Power when working with professional mics. If you don’t already own […]






Stay Updated with the Latest Cheesycam Posts
 Like   Subscribe   Follow


Portable Audio Recorder – Belt Mounted
January 7, 2013






Here’s a clever little tip for carrying around a portable audio recorder ‘hands free’ and at the same time having quick access to the screen and controls. Vimeo member Bruno Chansou uses a B-Grip Camera Belt (found here Amazon), normally used to clip a DSLR camera combined with a Manfrotto Ball Head for positioning the […]






Stay Updated with the Latest Cheesycam Posts
 Like   Subscribe   Follow


Audio Microphones & Recorders for your DSLR
December 14, 2010






G.I. Joe always told me ‘knowledge is half the battle’. So for the newbies in the hiz-ouse – If you’re still shopping for a microphone to suit your DSLR audio needs, you’ll probably already find that the Rode VideoMic is a very popular one. I’ve run my own tests and found that it does perform […]






Stay Updated with the Latest Cheesycam Posts
 Like   Subscribe   Follow


Redhead Windscreens for Zoom H1
September 5, 2010






example of Redhead Windscreen on Zoom H4n The Zoom H1 has become my favorite go to audio recorder for a quick take. I can get this setup on just about anything fairly quickly. I shot a demo about LCW’s BigEye viewfinder found here: http://cheesycam.com/quick-review-lcw-bigeye-profinder-dslr-view-finder/ using only the on board microphones and the X/Y stereo configuration […]






Stay Updated with the Latest Cheesycam Posts
 Like   Subscribe   Follow