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  1. JSantiago

    Wtb Multiple Canon Dslr Items!

    Paypal ready for the most part. PM me or comment on this post if you have ANY of the following for a fair price: Canon 18-55mm II IS Canon 18-135mm IS Sandisk CF 8gb or 16gb Cards Thanks for looking!
  2. JSantiago

    Rode Videomic Vs Sennheiser Mke400

    I'm looking to purchase a mic for my 7D sometime this week. It's come down to these two. Pro's to me for the sennheiser is it's size and how it takes AAA batteries. Cons is I haven't heard any good audio test so I'm not sure how it will be. Pro's for the Videomic is it's quality. Cons is it's size. I don't want it to show up in my shots when it has the windscreen. Looking for some opinions or a breakdown. Thanks!
  3. The original Rode videomic or the original Rode Stereo videomic? What are the advantages and disadvantages of both of them for skateboarding, and other situations? And also, would using a headphone amplifier like the Fiio e3 have the same effect as the +20db function on the Rode videomic Pro? Thank you.
  4. Critique is appreciated. I'm only 14 years old and I know I have room to improve. Overall, I'm pretty proud of how it turned out.
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