Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorder Kit with ORCA OR-28 Mini Bag

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Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorder Kit with ORCA OR-28 Mini Bag
Key Features
  • Includes Zoom F4
  • 4 Combo XLR-1/4" Inputs
  • Stereo 3.5mm & Zoom Mic-Capsule Inputs
  • Low-Noise Preamps
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Bundled by B&H for your convenience, this Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorder Kit provides the aforementioned field recorder, an ORCA OR-28 Mini Audio Bag, and an ORCA OR-28 Bag Harness for carrying it all around the set. The recorder offers low-noise preamps taking in audio at sample rates and resolutions up to 192 kHz/24-bits. It provides six inputs, including four combination XLR-1/4" jacks, a 3.5mm stereo in, and a Zoom mic-capsule input.
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Zoom F4 Overview

Bundled by B&H for your convenience, this Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorder Kit provides the aforementioned field recorder, an ORCA OR-28 Mini Audio Bag, and an ORCA OR-28 Bag Harness for carrying it all around the set. The recorder offers low-noise preamps taking in audio at sample rates and resolutions up to 192 kHz/24-bits. It provides six inputs, including four combination XLR-1/4" jacks, a 3.5mm stereo in, and a Zoom mic-capsule input.

The ORCA OR-28 Mini Bag sports an internal honeycomb frame to protect the F4, as well as a transparent TPU top, two handles, and multiple pockets. The harness helps distribute the weight of the F4 while you operate it in the field or on set. Two pockets are on hand for your accessory gear, and you can position the F4 in multiple ways within the bag.

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Which one would be best for indie film: F4 or the ...

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Asked by: Ferdin
I would reccomend the f4 for indie film any day simply based on the form factor. Paired with a soundbag the f4 will be much more comfortable to operate in conjunction with a boom microphone. Your gain knobs and levels are always at your fingertips and in view and you'll be able to focus on booming. I've always found the shape of the H series to be hard to manage in the field. I still have my h4n and cherish it but the f4 has become my go to. I run it in the field in an orca bag that easily fits an inexpensive 12v battery pack that runs it all day and two wireless lav receivers. It's a great little setup. I dont know too much about the h8 so by all means so it may have some neat bells and whistles that you need or maybe you need the extra inputs - I would just say maybe wait to see how people like the new h8. If you need to spring now, I can tell you the f4 is a proven gem. Good luck!
Answered by: Griffon
Date published: 2020-07-08

cn you jamsynch a GH5 with zoom4?

cn you jamsynch a GH5 with zoom4?
Asked by: Lawrence
If the GH5 can output LTC then yes. The F4 can jam to incoming TC. You phrased it kind of backward since you would not jam video to audio, you jam audio to video.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2020-06-12

can I send inputs from different channels to to ...

can I send inputs from different channels to to separate outputs? Like sending the mix from 3 sources to an xlr output mixed and send just one channel to 3.5 output?
Asked by: sergio
Yes, and maybe no. I haven't used the mix feature much, but there is a Mix page and you can route tracks and such. I'm not sure how much flexibility there is in sending a track to multiple outs. It's a recorder with some crash down mixing capabilities it's not a mixer that records.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2020-05-17

can you simply buy the "battery insert" so that ...

can you simply buy the "battery insert" so that you have two ready to go on a shoot?
Asked by: edwin
Yes, you could do that, even though I used the Talent Cell external battery (you will need to buy the Hirose cable) and one full charge can easily handle 12hrs day without turning off the recorder.
Answered by: Diego
Date published: 2020-02-27

I have Sennheiser MKH-416T(12v). Does this mixer ...

I have Sennheiser MKH-416T(12v). Does this mixer work with it?
Asked by: koji
I am afraid not: Phantom Power: +24 / 48 V (Selectable on Individual Inputs)
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-01-02

Is it compatible with 12V shotgun microphone?

Is it compatible with 12V shotgun microphone?
Asked by: koji
I am afraid not: Phantom Power: +24 / 48 V (Selectable on Individual Inputs)
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-01-02

Is it compatible with sennheiser 416 12V as well?

Is it compatible with sennheiser 416 12V as well?
Asked by: koji
Yes, the Sennheiser MKH 416 is compatible. The 416 requires 44 to 52 VDC phantom power.
Answered by: Francois
Date published: 2020-01-03

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Does F4 work with 4K?
Asked by: Anonymous
4K is video resolution. This recorder has full 24 bit / 192 kHz audio resolution.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-05-27
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