When you start taking videography and filmmaking seriously, you quickly realize how important sound is to your productions. One of the first steps you can take to improve your audio is to upgrade your microphone to a professional shotgun mic with an XLR connection. In this article, I'll explain how you can do this, even if your camera doesn't have XLR microphone inputs.
The quiet little world of camera XLR adapters has been ablaze with activity lately. Here's a brief recap: the juicedLink DN101 came out and proved to be a great accessory for DSLR video shooters who own a CX series juicedLink XLR adapter. The latest news is great for people who need to plug professional microphones into their video-enabled DSLR cameras, but don't own an XLR adapter yet. JuicedLink has released the DT454, which gives you all of the functionality of a CX series box, with a DN101 built-in.
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