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In my personal opinion you have no loose. You are still able to do sync clicks per shot with flap like in old time movies... You loose only comfort.


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The pre-amps on the mix-pre are close, but they are not the same. I actually prefer them to the 7-Series recorders. They feature lundahl input transformers and the mix-pre also has an optical limiter which is quite nice. I can't say that I'm a huge fan of the 7-series limiters. They do the job, but the mix-pre's limiter is quite warm adds a mid-range creamy-...


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I'd say jam if you can. It really depends on what sort of thing you are shooting and how good slate discipline is on set! I think for your film you will be fine-and if you dont have the gear they cant expect it! However, for future stuff the editor will really thank you for being able to sync up automatically without having to manually sync and on a huge ...


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Timecode is very useful as it really does lock the devices together, but we do not live in an ideal world and sometimes it is not possible to record this way. As others have mentioned, slating each take with a clapper will be a good start. And if you are recording the Sound Devices' output on one of the camera channels, this will also be able to be used as ...


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Aye, Not recommended to go too far - C.Link definitely won't do ya. And as far as I know, there isn't a signal strength booster/interference guard. BNC should work for 50 foot runs though. I had referenced an audio-tech sales employee about this for doing gun-range recording. Also, here is an online reference: http://www.ehow.com/decision_6867184_long-can-...


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