Audio Recorder
Modular case for small audio recording devices.
• Small audio recorder case
• Fits small audio recording devices
• Cable ports throughout to manage cords
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Big Audio
Modular case for carrying large recording devices.
• Modular audio case
• Fits up to a 24-70 f2.8 attached
“Quick Tab” for hands-free viewing
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"The Wired Up Collection is designed for the professional photographer on assignment to the person that is just beginning to explore the possiblities of digital media."

MWU 20 & 10 fits a multimedia DSLR
MWU 20 & 10 with camera face down.
Front pocket fits large audio recorder.
Cable ports help manage wires.
Expandable side pockets.
Magnetic “Quick Tab” for quick access.
Multimedia Headphone Hook included
Audio Recorders

Another way to significantly improve your audio is by using an external audio recorder on your HDLSR.  Generally speaking, external audio recorders are superior when compared to the internal audio recording devices inside of the camera. Another advantage of external audio recording devices is that they have a headphone jack so that the photographer can “listen” to the sound as it is being recorded, and to hopefully eliminate unwanted sounds.

Deanne Fitzmaurice using a Olympus LS-10 audio recorder.
Olympus LS-10
Studio-Grade Recording to Go. Combining the advanced technologies derived from Olympus' decades of experience in the recording field, the compact and portable LS-10 brings you high-fidelity sound recording that's ideal for everything from live music to the singing of birds. The LS-10: unparalleled sound quality, anytime, anywhere. 24 BIT/ 96 KHZ LINEAR PCM RECORDING. Whether you’re in the recording studio or at the office, the LS-10 will let you Capture It All™ -- exactly as you hear it -- with dependable, extra-high-quality digital recording that sounds better than a CD.
Price Range: $ 260.00 - $ 300.00    
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Edirol R-09HR

Another way to significantly improve your audio is by using an external audio recorder.  Newspaper photojournalists and other photographers that are on the run generally prefer small devices, like the  Edirol  R-09HR 

This is very small, portable, can easily be thrown into a bag, and can be used to record either your primary sound or ambient sound, and it can be used for audio interviews as well.  Some photographers prefer simple “ear buds” while others prefer full size “headphones.”

Price Range: $ 200.00 - $ 300.00    
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Marantz PMD661 Pro Portable Field Recorder

For even greater sound capabilities and control, the Marantz 661  is a top performer.  One HUGE advantage is that both of these have two XLR inputs, as opposed to a mic jack, which will impact your sound quality. It also means you can have to two microphones attached recording sound separately, such as a wireless mic on your subject, and an additional microphone collecting ambient sound.

Price Range: $ 600.00 - $ 700.00    
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Sennheiser HD 280 Pro
The HD 280 Pro is Sennheiser's most significant closed, circumaural headphone to be introduced in years. Designed to exceed the demands of the professional environment, the HD 280 Pro boasts extremely robust construction combined with extensive features that meet the requirements of today's most demanding applications. The unique collapsible design, combined with swiveling ear cups, offers maximum flexibility in any application.
Price Range: $ 75.00 - $ 120.00    
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Sony MDR-AS40EX Wrap Around Earbuds
Concentrate on your workout with these versatile and lightweight active style headphones that never get in your way. The earbuds can be used with or without the detachable soft hangers.


Price Range: $ 30.00 - $ 40.00    
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