Includes 1 Year Free Extended Warranty.
The TASCAM DR-10L is an ultra-compact, incredibly convenient digital recorder/lavalier microphone combo. For added flexibility, the included wired lavalier microphone is affixed via a 1/8″ screw-down lock connector compatible with most Sennheiser lavalier mics and mics with the same connector.
Designed for both the creative filmmaker and the busy videographer, the DR-10L is an immensely powerful problem-solving tool, delivering professional sonics and revolutionary convenience.
Ideal for location recording, a DR-10L may also be mounted to each on camera actor, removing the need for booms, wires or expensive (an unpredictable) wireless systems. Perfect or live events, a DR-10L may also be worn by each and every member of even the biggest wedding party to make sure that every last word is captured. And lastly, the combination of a portable, top quality digital recorder and a tiny, professionally spec’d microphone makes the DR-10L an inspiring tool for the experimental audio designer.
Building on the success of the DR-10X and the DR-10SG, the DR-10L marries the industry standard TASCAM portable mini-recorder with a high performance lavalier mic. Easy-to-use – and easy-to-wear – the DR-10L can change into your secret weapon in the war against poor production audio.
Dual recording records two files concurrently at different levels
Film-makers and videographers regularly experience sudden audio volume jumps all the way through filming. An actor could come to a decision to scream a line and a documentary subject could do almost anything. Designed for use as a self-contained remote recording device, the DR-10L is well prepared to handle these scenarios.
44.1kHz/48kHz, 16/24-bit linear PCM mono/poly recording
Supports WAV format (compatible with BWF format)
Media: microSD/SDHC cards (supports 32GB capacities)
Lavalier microphone with microphone clip and windscreen included (cable length: 160cm)
Sliding record switch and hold function to prevent misoperation all the way through recording