This is one segment from the upcoming Zoom F4 course which will be available soon at our school.
In this episode, I run through the process of feeding audio out of the Zoom F4 into the 3.5mm microphone input on your hybrid, mirrorless, or DSLR camera. Some cameras make this a little more difficult because their microphone inputs can only be “turned down” so far (lookin’ at your Panasonic), which is not enough. But we also show you how to work around this issue.
If you’d like to learn how to make great dialogue audio for your film and video projects, please have a look at my courses at https://school.learnlightandsound.com including processing dialogue audio in Adobe Audition and DaVinci Resolve/Fairlight, recording sound, how to use the Zoom F8 and F8n, and how to get the most from the Sound Devices MixPre series of recorders.
Links to gear used in this video:
Zoom F4 (Amazon) - Audio Recorder and Mixer. Course on how to get the most of your Zoom F4 coming soon!
Juicebox 95Wh Cine Battery (Amazon) - I use this to power my F4 for 8 hours. Need the cable below as well.
And you’ll need this cable:
D-Tap to Hirose 4-pin cable (Amazon) to power the F4 with Cine Batteries
TalentCell 22,400mAh Battery (Amazon) - a less expensive rechargeable battery to power the F4 for many hours
And you’ll also need this cable:
DC Barrel to Hirose Cable (Amazon)
Aputure COB 120DII LED Light (Amazon) - this is my main workhorse light for 90% of my video work.
Nikon Z6 & 24 - 70 f/4 Lens - used in this video to demonstrate how to feed sound from the F4 to camera
Olympus 45mm f/1.8 Lens - wow, super sharp, fast lens. Love this for product shots like this video
Copyright 2019 by Curtis Judd
Music Copyright 2019 by Cary Judd. Used with permission.