Zoom F4 field recorderZoom has unveiled the F4, a six-input/eight-track field recorder. With four super-low-noise mic preamps, precise time code and a solid metal build, the F4 is the aimed at location work for filmmaking projects.

Like the Zoom F8, the F4 is equipped with high-quality mic preamps, offering recording and playback at resolutions up to 192kHz at 24-bit resolution. For precise audio/video syncing, the F4 uses a Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO) that generates time code at 0.2ppm accuracy – claimed first at this price point. For recording flexibility, the F4 features four locking Neutrik XLR/TRS combo connectors, a 3.5mm stereo input, and a Zoom mic capsule input, for a total of six discrete inputs, all of which enable it to record up to eight tracks. Its 1.9-inch white backlit monochromatic LCD makes the F4 suitable for use all lighting condition. The F4 also provides two main outputs and two sub outputs as well as a quarter-inch headphone jack with dedicated volume control.

Compact and lightweight, the F4 weighs 2.27lb without batteries and features a durable metal chassis. environments, from the studio to the field.

The Zoom F4 will be available in stores Q4 2016 at US$649.99.

More: www.zoom-na.com

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