I would like to know if it would be possible to get the output from the internal microphone on the camera (I'll find out the exact model name for you, it's for a pilot I'm working on next weekend) as well as recording the output from an me66 mic on a boom pole. At the same time
The trick in recording it will be to pan the int camera mic to the left (lets say) and the me66 mic (on the xlr input) to the right. We have basically no budget so we can get the basics, it would be nice to get a set recorder but If I can get a boompole, me 66 and a fluffy that's fine.
I'm working on the idea that we will only have 1 camera and that's where my idea of panning the two different mics on the camera comes in.
I want to do this so that I have more choice when it comes to editing the sound in post.
Can it be done because I've been trained to always switch off the int mic on the camera when using an XLR input. Besides the phasing which could be fixable in post (there may be a a few split seconds delay) can it be done? The challenge is that it's all on tape in the camera so playback might not be possible after a take.
Thanks sonic samurais