I'm buying equipment for a series of sit-down interviews involving two people which will be published online - our company's first go at producing these in-house.
We already have a few decent camcorders and tripods, but the sound quality from our current mic inputs into the camcorders is pretty poor. So I have hatched the following plan to improve sound quality in potentially crowded environments:
Audio recorder (Zoom H4n Pro/UK Handy Recorder, £185) with two Movo LV4-C lavalier mics connected by XLR into it.
Video would be recorded as is (we are happy with the video quality).
Sync with a clap, mash together in post-production.
We're new to all this, so if someone with expertise could vouch for the sensibleness of this plan, that would be fantastic.