The Sanken CSS-50 is a professional grade stereo shotgun microphone. This is a rather unique design in that the mic has 3 square capsules. I was pretty impressed with the sound it produces and it also stood up well to a key jangling test where we stress the microphone's transient and high frequency capture abilities. This is not the one microphone for everyone or every occasion, but it is a nice option, particularly for those who do a fair bit of stereo recording.
Gear used/covered in this episode:
Sanken CSS-50 Stereo Shotgun Microphone
Rycote Softie Wind Cover (good for light wind)
Blackmagic Ursa Mini Pro Camera
Panasonic GH5 Camera (behind the scenes wide shot)
Panasonic 12-35 f/2.8 Lens (original mark I version)
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