An LED screen to the front shows information on recording levels, file format, time elapsed, remaining battery life and recording time
Placing its onboard microphones in an X/Y pattern is said to provide the same professional-quality stereo imaging seen in the company's popular H2 recorder and the Q3 camcorder
A big friendly record button challenges users to guess its function
Samson Technologies is about to release its smallest portable recorder to date, the Zoom H1 Handy Recorder
The H1 can be shoe mounted onto modern digital SLRs, such as Canon's T2i
Samson Technologies is about to release its smallest portable recorder to date. The Zoom H1 Handy Recorder is capable of recording up to 24-bit/96kHz WAV or 320Kbps MP3 using its built-in or external stereo microphones, and has an easy-to-use hardware-based user interface, where all of the controls are placed within easy reach. It weighs just a couple of ounces, runs on one AA battery and records to microSD.
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