MONTEBELLO, Calif. — The DR-70D from Tascam is an audio recording solution for filmmakers using dSLRs and other cameras with little or no audio capability. With four balanced XLR mic inputs, the new DR-70D meets the requirements of production sound, from professional users to indie DSLR shooters.
The compact format can be mounted either above or below a camera, and a pair of built-in microphones can capture sound on-set. The interface is designed for quick adjustment, with additional features to keep recording levels under control.
Four XLR mic inputs with phantom power are included on the DR-70D, enough to cover busy scenes. The high-quality HDDA microphone preamps include 64 dB of gain for quiet performances, and all four inputs have individual gain controls. Each input has a limiter and low cut filter available for controlling volume. Also included is Dual Recording mode, which records a safety copy of your audio at a lower level to prevent distorted takes. Quality components like 5532 op amps are used throughout for the clearest audio possible.
Tracks on the DR-70D are captured to SD card, SDHC or SDXC media — up to 128GB cards are supported. The recorder has tripod mounts on the top and bottom of the unit, allowing it to be mounted on a camera, a follow-focus cage or used standalone. Other production-friendly features include a slate tone, low-noise buttons, a powerful headphone output, and standard AA battery power.
Designed for the needs of filmmakers, television producers, advertisers and documentarians, the DR-70D packs multitrack recording into a package compact enough to use with any camera.
Some of the recorder's features include:
- • Four-channel recorder and mixer
- • Compact case with tripod mounts designed for use with cameras
- • Supports up to 96kHz/24-bit WAV and BWF recording formats
- • Four XLR microphone inputs with phantom power
- • HDDA Mic preamps feature 64dB of gain with individual controls per channel
- • 1/8-inch stereo input with plug-in power for camera mics
- • Two internal omni microphones
- • Line/camera in and out for synchronization and playback
- • Records to SD, SDHC, or SDXC media
The Tascam DR-70D will have an estimated street price of $300.
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