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Eddie F

Videographer / Video Producer

Stockton, CA Member since March 2022

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Sound gear: Zoom F6, Tentacle, 416, lav, et al

Contemporary or legacy sound gear for two-channel narratives. All inclusive, with batteries & sd cards.

Zoom F6 six-track recorder with timecode:
~ one 4400 mAh lithium L series battery & 4aa lithium batteries for all-day power
~ ac & car charger with usb port
~ Zoom PCF-6 Protective Case with receiver pouch
~ fast SanDisk 32gb sd card
~ can run off hi-power usb battery (not included)

Tentacle Sync E timecode with reference mic for one camera:
~ wireless sync to the Zoom F6
~ cold shoe mount
~ usb-c cable
~ 3.5mm trs cable

Sennheiser MKH 416 shotgun mic:
~ K-Tek boom pole with internal xlr cable
~ Sennheiser blimp & shag (strong wind resistance)
~ Rycote Softie (mild wind resistance)
~ Avenger c-stand with boom holder & sand bag (stationary narratives)
~ wireless Sennheiser G3 lavalier mic kit with 4aa lithium batteries
~ wireless Sennheiser plug-on with 9v lithium battery
~ two xlr cables
~ Sennheiser ME66 shotgun mic with 1aa lithium battery & AT shock mount
~ two Audio-Technica 8531 wired lavs with 2aa lithium batteries

Sound Devices MixPre-D two-channel legacy mixer:
~ 2aa lithium batteries
~ no timecode
~ xlr breakout cable
~ Hirose & mini xlr cables
~ Zoom H6 recorder with 4aa lithium batteries & SanDisk 32gb sd card
~ Petrol audio mixer case

I am a semi-retired videographer/soundman who does occasional gigs. During slow periods I can rent out the gear. I purchased the Zoom F6 & Tentacle Sync in October 2021 to be up-to-date on sound recording techniques. Although I can jam timecode between the F6 & DSLR, I haven't been able to take advantage of timecode and 32-bit floating in post-production. So don't ask me about this, because I don't know. You should be familiar with the F6 and its production and post-production workflow if you want to use the timecode and 32-bit feature.

If you are in filmmaking havens such as the San Francisco Bay Area or Sacramento you must drive to Stockton. I shall consider a gasoline allowance for multi-day rental if coming from afar, as petrol prices fluctuate. There is ample parking at my home if you need to take time to assess the equipment.

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Location sound kit: Zoom F6, Tentacle, Sennheiser 416 & G3, blimp, boompole, c-stand, et al

Sound gear: Zoom F6, Tentacle, 416, lav, et al Contemporary or legacy sound gear for two-channel narratives. All inclusive, with batteries & sd cards. Zoom F6 six-track recorder with timecode: ~ one 4400 mAh lithium L series battery & 4aa lithium batteries for all-day power ~ ac & car charger with usb port ~ Zoom PCF-6 Protective Case with receiver pouch ~ fast SanDisk 32gb sd card ~ can run off hi-power usb battery (not included) Tentacle Sync E timecode with reference mic for one camera: ~ wireless sync to the Zoom F6 ~ cold shoe mount ~ usb-c cable ~ 3.5mm trs cable Sennheiser MKH 416 shotgun mic: ~ K-Tek boom pole with internal xlr cable ~ Sennheiser blimp & shag (strong wind resistance) ~ Rycote Softie (mild wind resistance) ~ Avenger c-stand with boom holder & sand bag (stationary narratives) ~ wireless Sennheiser G3 lavalier mic kit with 4aa lithium batteries ~ wireless Sennheiser plug-on with 9v lithium battery ~ two xlr cables ~ Sennheiser ME66 shotgun mic with 1aa lithium battery & AT shock mount ~ two Audio-Technica 8531 wired lavs with 2aa lithium batteries Sound Devices MixPre-D two-channel legacy mixer: ~ 2aa lithium batteries ~ no timecode ~ xlr breakout cable ~ Hirose & mini xlr cables ~ Zoom H6 recorder with 4aa lithium batteries & SanDisk 32gb sd card ~ Petrol audio mixer case I am a semi-retired videographer/soundman who does occasional gigs. During slow periods I can rent out the gear. I purchased the Zoom F6 & Tentacle Sync in October 2021 to be up-to-date on sound recording techniques. Although I can jam timecode between the F6 & DSLR, I haven't been able to take advantage of timecode and 32-bit floating in post-production. So don't ask me about this, because I don't know. You should be familiar with the F6 and its production and post-production workflow if you want to use the timecode and 32-bit feature. If you are in filmmaking havens such as the San Francisco Bay Area or Sacramento you must drive to Stockton. There is ample parking at my home if you need to take time to assess the equipment.

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Sound gear: Zoom F6, Tentacle, 416, lav, et al

Contemporary or legacy sound gear for two-channel narratives. All inclusive, with batteries & sd cards.

Zoom F6 six-track recorder with timecode:
~ one 4400 mAh lithium L series battery & 4aa lithium batteries for all-day power
~ ac & car charger with usb port
~ Zoom PCF-6 Protective Case with receiver pouch
~ fast SanDisk 32gb sd card
~ can run off hi-power usb battery (not included)

Tentacle Sync E timecode with reference mic for one camera:
~ wireless sync to the Zoom F6
~ cold shoe mount
~ usb-c cable
~ 3.5mm trs cable

Sennheiser MKH 416 shotgun mic:
~ K-Tek boom pole with internal xlr cable
~ Sennheiser blimp & shag (strong wind resistance)
~ Rycote Softie (mild wind resistance)
~ Avenger c-stand with boom holder & sand bag (stationary narratives)
~ wireless Sennheiser G3 lavalier mic kit with 4aa lithium batteries
~ wireless Sennheiser plug-on with 9v lithium battery
~ two xlr cables
~ Sennheiser ME66 shotgun mic with 1aa lithium battery & AT shock mount
~ two Audio-Technica 8531 wired lavs with 2aa lithium batteries

Sound Devices MixPre-D two-channel legacy mixer:
~ 2aa lithium batteries
~ no timecode
~ xlr breakout cable
~ Hirose & mini xlr cables
~ Zoom H6 recorder with 4aa lithium batteries & SanDisk 32gb sd card
~ Petrol audio mixer case

I am a semi-retired videographer/soundman who does occasional gigs. During slow periods I can rent out the gear. I purchased the Zoom F6 & Tentacle Sync in October 2021 to be up-to-date on sound recording techniques. Although I can jam timecode between the F6 & DSLR, I haven't been able to take advantage of timecode and 32-bit floating in post-production. So don't ask me about this, because I don't know. You should be familiar with the F6 and its production and post-production workflow if you want to use the timecode and 32-bit feature.

If you are in filmmaking havens such as the San Francisco Bay Area or Sacramento you must drive to Stockton. There is ample parking at my home if you need to take time to assess the equipment.

$150
per day
$150
per day

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