The DSLR-ML Mini-Link Line to Mic Level Interface from Sescom is an ideal solution for connecting small audio recorders to the mic input of a DSLR camera. Simply connect your recorder to the interface's 3.5mm line input, and connect the interface's 3.5mm mic output to your camera's mic input jack. The mic output has a selectable 25/35dB attenuation, allowing you to use the interface with a wide variety of recorders and cameras. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack for convenient monitoring.
The interface has been tested and is compatible with the following models, but may also be compatible with other devices that have not yet been confirmed:
Samson Zoom H1, H2, H3, and H4n
Sony PCM-D50 and PMD-620
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 7D, 550D Rebel T2i, 60D, and 600D Rebel T3i
Nikon D7000 and D300S
Note! For recorders that specify headphone output levels of -10dBv like the Zoom H4n, use the 25dB setting. For devices with professional line-level audio output levels of +4dB like the Sony PCM-D50 or Tascam DR-100, use 35dB. Depending on the type of recorder and the specified output level, the 25dB and 35dB attenuation choices will attenuate the audio signal down to the optimum signal level for your DSLR microphone input.
Prosumer: -10dBV (0.25pp - 0.47pp) Line Level
Professional: +4dBu (1.737pp) Line Level
|Attenuation / Gain||25 or 25dB, Selectable|
1.5 kOhms @ 25dB
5 kOhms @ 35dB
|Output Impedance||92 Ohms|
1 x 3.5mm Line Input
1 x 3.5mm Mic Output
1 x 3.5mm Headphone Jack