Tony Celis field recording with his Pro7 + Stereo Dat-Mic and 1mm flexible dish. Used together with a Telinga Tripod fitted to his Manfrotto mic-stand. (Photo courtesy of Dannymeltzer.com)
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The total weight of the Telinga system shown on this photo is aprx. 1 Kg / 2.2 Lbs only which makes it easy to record hand-held. (Photo courtesy of Dannymeltzer.com) Click to enlarge!
All Telinga's are transparent with a diameter of 570 mm. Because of the low weight and the soft rubber foam handle, most recordings are made hand-held.
Recording in misty conditions outside the Telinga factory in 2000.
The Telinga Universal which you can use together with your own omni-directional microphone, such as the Sennheiser ME-62 or MKH-20.
Telinga Pro7 with a Stereo-DatMic and a 1mm flexible parabolic dish.
Close-up photo of the Telinga Pro7 handle, a Stereo-DatMic and a flexible 1mm dish.
Marie-Helene Burle, biologist for the RSPB and the University of Cape Town, recording Sooty Albatrosses on Gough Island (South Atlantic Ocean)
Marie-Helene Burle, using the Pro7 handle and a Stereo-DatMic which without the dish attached serves as a good "binaural-like" stereo microphone for general use.
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