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Published on May 29, 2013
The Tascam DR-60D is a 4 channel audio recorder built for DSLR video shooters. I was given this review unit to test and demo to see what this piece of gear can do. In this quick demo I plugged in two different microphones to the recorder while taking the output from the DR-60D into my Canon 60D DSLR.
You'll hear audio that was recorded from my lavalier microphone straight into the Tascam as well as audio recorder through the RODE VideoMic Pro into the Tascam. Also demonstrated is the mixed audio (both mics going into the Tascam) inputted directly into the Canon 60D through its microphone input.
The audio was taken out of the Tascam via the line-out output and the gain setting was set to "mid" while adjusting the faders as necessary. This is a quick demo to demonstrate the audio that you can get from the Tascam.
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The primary headshot was recorder using the Sigma 30mm 1.4 and all b-roll was shot using the Canon 50mm 1.4.