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How-to: Shooting ENG style with Dual System Audio on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II

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Published on Jul 31, 2010

Daniel Plym, Director of Video Publishing at Buzzine.com , gave us a crash course on how he uses his 5D for red carpet shoots. He is a one man operation and breaks down how he combines the 5D with a Zoom audio recorder, Sennheiser Wireless microphone, Pluraleyes software and Final Cut to capture clean audio. This video was used in our webcast Life Without Timecode (Audio for HDSLR) http://bit.ly/du0XUu and will also be featured in our upcoming Canon EOS Moving Image Workshop http://bit.ly/bAKLg0

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Comments • 80

iBrainMedia
if your using FCPX you dont need any extra software. FCPX is able to sync an external audio source with your video FYI
Extreme Studio
This man deserves a fucking round of applause! Great job man.
RSBSTEADICAM
I just don't get it, why do people go through all this crap when they can get a professional ENG news camera that does all this... like the professionals do? Guess I'm just a snob... then again I've been doing this for a long time for the networks...
Robin Andersson
Awsome just looking for something similar, wich mic and wireless sennheiser is that you use?
Jhon Ciavaldini
Hey what kind of screw do you use to hook your h4 to the hot shoe of the camera?
Eduardo A. Campos Sémeno
I'm sorry, but this video is out of date.  Final Cut Pro X can now sync audio without the use of third party software. It is very easy too!
Denis Šijanski
steal business right ENG crews.
CHE STUDIOS
Why not connect the H4N to the camera and record audio straight into the camera? Although the Canon 5D Mark 2 doesnt have a head phone jack, you can monitor the audio levels. And if the in-camera audio you record does turn out the way you want, then you have the files recorded simultaneously on the H4N as backup.....its less files to work with in post.
Mitchell Shelby
 Great video, this really makes things really simple. 
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Bryan D Dass
Pluraleyes skip - $
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