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Sony Lav Mic with iPhone (ECM-CS10)

The Sony ECM-CS10 Lavalier Microphone is connected to a Tascam iXJ2, then connected to a Lightning to 30-pin Adapter, and then to an iPhone 5s. Available here: Purchasing from this Amazon affiliate link will help out my channel, thank you! The Tascam iXJ2 provides plug-in power and a mono-sum feature to the Sony ECM-CS10 stereo lavalier microphone. Some digital audio recorders (like the Zoom H5) don't have a mono-mix feature for the 3.5mm input. You can easily mono-sum or mono-mix a stereo track in an open source software, like Audacity. I used a small windscreen for the Sony lavalier microphone as well. The camera was a Canon PowerShot S110 and my camera operator was my gf. :) The iOS app I used was the Tascam PCM recorder app, to record in CD quality wav files. I did edit the audio files in Audacity; mostly to remove the noise (hiss). The reason for the clap was due to creating a mark on the audio wave form to manually sync the audio and video i

iPhone 6 Slo-Mo Wine Pour 240fps

iPhone 6 Slo-Mo 240fps. Shot and edited entirely on iPhone 6. Song: "Lithium" by the immensely talented Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Please let me know what you guys think in the comments below, if you like. My previous video: Thanks for watching! Also find me on:

ACTON R RocketSkates

The Action R  RocketSkates  sport motorized skates that strap to your shoes; providing your daily walking shoes a rest, while toting them for a joyful ride. I can imagine traversing an entire theme park without breaking a sweat. Also, being able to transition from a walking path to an indoor establishment, like a restaurant, to get a bite to eat or relax. Not having to remove your futuristic skates is a total plus! Remote controls you may have asked? You don't need remote controls where you're headed to! Y our feet control the skates! Find the Kickstarter project  here.

Iain Sinclair Knife: Cardsharp 2 Review

A brief video about the Iain Sinclair Cardsharp 2. This knife is immensely sharp with it's surgical steel; however, when I showcased the knife, the blade seemed a slightly dull from all the use and abuse I put it through. I have sharpened it and it's back to its normal keen precision. Let me know what you guys think of this product or if you already own one, in the comments below. Thanks for watching, have a great day, and take care! Instagram: Camera: iPhone 5s with iOS 7 Editing: iMovie '11 Music: Music I created in GarageBand for Mac and iPad iPhone App: FilLMiC Pro v3.5.1, shot in 24fps.