the rode bullet mic is about a hundred and works fine with my 600d
The recording time isnt high I think you get half hour to 45 minutes, Still just have a few spare charged batteries and extra memory cards and you ll be fine
no the 600d the rode mic lasts a lot longer
Perfect! Coz I'm gunna get a canon 600d! Also how long can u record on video mode before it has to stop? Like how long, an hour?Thanks
I have the T3i (US version of the 600d). At 1080p, I can only record about 11 minutes before I hit the file size limit. I have a 32 GB card, so I can get about 2 hours of video total. I just have to keep track of time so I don't stop recording at a crucial moment.To keep this slightly on topic, I used an Audio 2000 wireless mic (off Amazon) to record the audio. I used a patch cord to plug the mic's base unit into the T3i.
So with the internal memory you can get 11 minutes and with the 32GB card you can get 2 hours? Am I understanding that correctly?Excellent quality on your vid. I see the T3i has come down in price some and I may consider that model. Especially if I can 'line-in' a mic. Can't wait for the tax return. :P
Does it matter what make of card it is for it to fit in canon 600d and what type of battery does it take? And what should I buy?! Thanks
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Maximfoto-1350mAh-replacement-warranty-Supplies/dp/B003DOFS8Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1328167189&sr=8-1 do you know how long this last for? (does it last longer than the battery that comes with the canon 600D?
There's no way to judge a battery from a screen shot. The milliamphour rating stamped on it could be a lie.Look for a battery that has a 4-5 star average rating from lots of users. Avoid the cheapest deal in town, because there ain't no free lunch.AFA the battery grip goes, if you decide to get one, don't buy the knockoff one. That grip is connected to the electrical system, and you just don't want to take a chance.