Has anyone with a Sony PCM D50 had better luck with an alternative or custom windsock?
Cutting out wind from recordings on near-windless days is getting a bit tired..
It's great otherwise, so I'm not really complaining
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@James The D50 is really not of much use without a windscreen unless its statically positioned and inside. Personally I had a hard time justifying the high price tag of Sony's own and tried alternatives. I found GigWig's Eliminator a great buy, it eliminates the wind a great deal, it's cheap, doesn't shed a lot and it actually stays in place on top of the recorder.
I buy from Red Head Windscreens they work out a lot cheaper for me.