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It records to both channels but it's not a stereo mic. A stereo mic would record a wide field, this is a shotgun mic designed to record what's directly in front of it. Ideal for interviews when you don't want too much background noise. It work fine on top of a camera but the ideal place for it is on a boom pointing dow… see more It records to both channels but it's not a stereo mic. A stereo mic would record a wide field, this is a shotgun mic designed to record what's directly in front of it. Ideal for interviews when you don't want too much background noise. It work fine on top of a camera but the ideal place for it is on a boom pointing down to the talent. see less
By eros58 on 19 December 2014
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Hello there, thank you for your enquiry. This mic is indeed compatable with the canon 550D.
By RobGoldsmith1953 SELLER on 15 May 2015
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No it is fixed to the connecting shoe. I suspect it is designed to pick up the best sound from where the camera is pointing (I focus the lens to have the person talkings mouth in the centre of the viewfinder and that works best for me). You might be able to buy an adapter to make it movable but I haven't seen anything.
By Cally on 09 December 2014
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Yes, no problem. Just be sure you read the instructions and online advice to get the best out of it.
By G. Bryan on 13 March 2014
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If the camera to which the microphone is connected records to a memory card yes. I use this mic on two different camcorders, one records to SDHC and the other to microSDHC
By IanW on 16 October 2014
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Yes it does with all canon dslr. I own 7d and 5d and works perfectly
By Rinzin on 13 November 2014
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Hi Good news yes it should accept this microphone as the camera has a mic input and a shoe mount for it.but having said that I would seriously go for the later model of the mic which is shaped like a ball,as the shock mount is far better as the mount on this model is easy to come apart whilst in use and battery changin… see more Hi Good news yes it should accept this microphone as the camera has a mic input and a shoe mount for it.but having said that I would seriously go for the later model of the mic which is shaped like a ball,as the shock mount is far better as the mount on this model is easy to come apart whilst in use and battery changing is much easier to do.I have 2 of the kind you asked about and one of the new type and the new one is my preferred model by a long way see less
By M. W. Gilliam on 13 April 2014
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I believe so, it has a hot shoe which is the fixture at the top of the camera. I can't say 100% for sure, but it'll be fine by the looks of it :)
By Jed Cowdell on 09 April 2014
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Yes no problem; although a mono shotgun, the mic has a normal stereo jack that can be plugged into your computer mic socket. But bear in mind the short cable will need extending via something like a headphone extension cable. But this would be an "unbalanced" cable setup, so keep it as short as possible, to minimise th… see more Yes no problem; although a mono shotgun, the mic has a normal stereo jack that can be plugged into your computer mic socket. But bear in mind the short cable will need extending via something like a headphone extension cable. But this would be an "unbalanced" cable setup, so keep it as short as possible, to minimise the risk of interference. Make sure you do not use the +20db setting on the mic initially when attached to a computer; you can always boost the signal via this later after checks if need be. But you'll certainly need this when using it with your DSLR see less
By Peter P on 22 November 2013