Use a handle with a 1/4-20 threaded stud if you want to hold the Sound Shark in your hand. We offer a very nice handle as an accessory.
Use a small Gorillapod, or tabletop tripod, if you want to set the Sound Shark on a flat surface.
Be very careful to avoid locations that have a sound source behind your subject. The long range of the Sound Shark can pick up sounds from well behind your subject.
Also try to avoid locations that have reflective surfaces directly behind your subject. The long range of the Sound Shark can pick up sounds that reflect off of those surfaces.
Use the circular decal to help determine the area that will provide the best audio. (Refer to the FAQ page for more details.)
Check out these videos for more tips on how to use the Sound Shark!
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