Fourway microphone comparison Neewer lapel Zoom H4n Shure SM58 Canon T2i

In this video series, I will be posting some comparisons between the Neewer lapel microphone, the Zoom H4n, the Shure SM58, and the built-in microphone of the Canon EOS Rebel T2i.

The first video is shot indoors in a low noise environment.  The second video is shot outdoors with very little wind, and the 3rd video will be shot on a very windy day.

Description from YouTube:

In this video, I do a comparison between the Neewer lapel microphone, the built-in microphones of the Zoom H4n, the Shure SM 58, and the built-in microphones of the Canon Rebel T2i.

This video shows how each microphone sounds in a quiet environment with very little noise.

Filmed using the Canon T2i and a 50mm f/1.8 lens. The main narrative comes from the Neweer lapel microphone, then each section comes from its respective microphone.

I will also be doing an outdoors with low wind version of this video, and an outdoors with high wind version.

In this video, I do a comparison between the Neewer lapel microphone, the built-in microphones of the Zoom H4n, the Shure SM 58, and the built-in microphones of the Canon Rebel T2i.

This video shows how each microphone sounds in an outside environment with very little wind.

Filmed using the Canon T2i and a 50mm f/1.8 lens. The main narrative comes from the Neweer lapel microphone, then each section comes from its respective microphone.

I will also be doing an outdoors with high wind version.

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Jean-Pierre La Forest

Photographer / Videographer at Studio JPIC
Jean-Pierre La Forest is a photographer and videographer based out of Florenceville-Bristol, NB, Canada. JP specializes in commercial and tourism photography and videography, where he helps businesses, artists, and towns to market themselves. He also teaches the art of photography on his YouTube channel and blog. You can reach him on

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