Tascam DR-10SG - DSLR-Audiorecorder
£168.00 ex. vat
The Tascam DR-10SG is an Audio recorder designed for a DSLR camera, this unit attaches to the hot shoe of your camera allowing you to direct the microphone at the source you want to capture. This device is great for small kits that doesn't require multiple audio ins and is mostly fixed on one source, great for interview like scenarios. The DR-10SG provides digital recording with the convenience of a camera accessory. Detailed electrical design includes rejection of power supply and camera noise in a compact design. Controlled listening tests during the design stage led to consistent improvements in the design, from the best shotgun capsule design to the need for high-performance capacitors in the power supply.
Tascam DR-10SG Features
Shock mount mechanism and noise isolation arm reduce handling and lens operation noise.
A floating shock mount mechanism sits between the recorder and the shoe mount, reducing vibration and other noise transmitted from the camera body. Also included, a noise isolation arm moves the recorder away from the camera, lens, and other sources of noise. This is especially useful to reduce noise generated by autofocus motors.
Audio from the DR-10SG Camera Out jack can be recorded on the camera.
The DR-10SG has an output jack for DSLR and video cameras. Connecting this to the camera allows it to record a copy of the sound that the DR-10SG picked up. This allows the audio recorded on camera to be higher quality, and makes it simple to synchronize audio with the video in your editing software.
Slate tone simplifies synchronization with video files.
A built-in generator produces slate tones providing convenient reference points for lining up video and audio files after recording. Slate tones are automatically produced when recording starts and stops. The volume of slate tones can be set to OFF, LOW or HIGH. By connecting the DR-10SG back to the camera with the included cable, the camera’s video file also gets the slate tones. If you need perfect synchronization, zoom into your editing software and line up the sine waves.
Dual recording records two files simultaneously at different levels
Film-making often involves sudden audio volume jumps. An actor could decide to scream a line and a documentary subject could do almost anything. On a single-person shoot, the camera operator has enough to worry about without keeping their hand on the volume knob for dialog level changes.
- Recording media: microSD card(64MB to 2GB), microSDHC card(4GB to 32GB)
- Recording format: 44.1k/48k Hz, 16/24-bit
- Polarity: Super Cardioid
- Mic gain: 0 to +50dB (1dB step)
- Connector: 3.5mm(1/8")stereo mini jack (DUAL MONO signal)
- Power: 1 AAA battery(alkaline, rechargeable NiMH or disposable lithium) USB bus power
- Power consumption: 0.75W(maximum)
- Battery operation time: 48kHz/24bit, Limiter/ Dual Rec : OFF, File typeï¼šMONO
- Frequency response: 50Hz to 20kHz
- S/N ratio: 78dB (MIC gain +30dBã€A-weighted)