The H4N Zoom recorder has been a big hit for filmmakers shooting with DSLRs. It’s a great handheld recorder that allows you to use its microphone or plug in an external. It’s a few years old now and Zoom has just announced it’s replacement, the brand new Zoom H6.
While new camera’s tend to get all the buzz, we think that there’s a lot of reasons to get excited over the H6! Zoom is calling it the “most advanced portable recorder ever”. It offers six tracks of simultaneous recording and has interchangeable input capsules such as X/Y, MS, and Shotgun mics. Dual XLR/TRS combo capsules can also be purchased.
I came across pictures of an amazing NYC bathroom set that was built by Lune Bateaux for their ultra low-budget short film, Emmeline Muffet Gives Up Her Tuffet. After learning they only had a budget of $3,000 for the entire film, I knew that I had to know more about their project and how they were able to accomplish it.