Never lose audio again with the Zaxcom ZMT3 wireless transmitter [video]

Written by RedShark News Staff

Ministry of Frames

In this weeks video, how to shoot with wireless audio on location with the Zaxcom ZMT3 transmitter/recorder. Written by Bas Goossens

If you are one of those people who dreads having to use wireless audio due to its many potential issues, Zaxcom may well have the solution for you. A wireless transmitter that simultaneously records the audio to its own SD card. Bas Goossens from Ministry of Frames gives us the lowdown, and how he uses it within documentary work. For more info visit the Zaxcom website.

 

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