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Part 02 of 04 of the Cheap Film Maker Gift Guide!

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Published on Dec 12, 2012

Part 02 of 4 of the Cheap Film Maker Gift Guide.

Part 02 of 04 includes an on camera LED light an ATR 3350 lavalier microphone,
and a Chinese made shotgun microphone the EM-320E.
The LED light is to be used on camera and it dimmable.
It's also decently priced for what it is.
The ATR-3350 lavalier microphone is a great deal for the price.
It's pretty consistent for the sound it records and it's battery powered.
It connects via a 3.5mm plug and it's stereo. Dirt cheap and worth it at $15.00-$18.00.
The EM-320E Shot microphone is not bad for $15.00.
It's decently constructed, the sound isn't hollow or tinny.
It's mediocre but, it's better than most cameras onboard microphones.
Totally worth the $15.00 with free shipping.
Prices vary wildly on eBay, shop around and don't pay more than $18.00 with free shipping.
There's some pretty good gift ideas in Part 01 and Part 02.
Links are below.

Here's a list of links for the $10.00 -$20.00 Range

Nanguang 5400K LED Video Light
$18.13 Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005Y4H3YI/r...
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Audio-Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone
$17.17 Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002HJ9PTO/r...
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Pro Shotgun Microphone 320E
$15.49 ebay Seller dreammacys
http://www.ebay.com/itm/261105599903?...
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From Part 01
Here's a Cheap Film Maker Gift Guide.
The price ranges from $1.00-$139.00
These are items that have been found and researched through
the Frugal FilmMaker Facebook page, dslr film noob, knoptop me, CheapGeek and YouTube in general.
These items are useful in their own way and the price range is pretty
inexpensive as far as Video goes.
Photography and Videography is always expensive.
I originally was trying to make a 10 minute video. That didn't happen.
So, this guide is in four parts.
Ranging from least expensive to most expensive, I tried to give a brief description
of what it is, why I bought it and what I like and don't like.
I've included a list of links of where I bought the items and the CURRENT cost.
Some items flucuate, so it may pay to shop around.
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Here's some great channels to check out.
Frugalfilmmaker-
http://www.youtube.com/user/thefrugal...
Knoptop
http://www.youtube.com/user/knoptop
DSLR FilmNoob
http://www.youtube.com/user/dslrfilmnoob

MyStuff:
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Home: http://www.cheapgeek.net
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Cheap__Geek
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/cheapgeek1/

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