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A Zoom F4 Field Recorder Worth $1249
When Greg Simmons reviewed Zoom’s F8 field recorder, he found the price-to-performance ratio unprecedented and dubbed it a game changer. Recently, he took Zoom’s newer scaled-down version, the F4, on a trip to Myanmar and was left wondering whether he’d peaked too early.
Rather than simply a cut-down version, Zoom had incorporated the feedback of all its critics. This was his conclusion: “I’m a big fan of the F8 so it pains me to say this, but unless you absolutely need seven or eight preamps the F4 might be a better option. The F8 was the game changer, but the F4 is the one that will go gangbusters.”
You can read all the ins and outs of this six-channel, hardily-built, multi- track field record in Simmo’s review this issue. Then you’ll want to subscribe to AudioTechnology, because Dynamic Music has generously given us a Zoom F4 to award one lucky subscriber.
To go into the running to win, all you have to do is subscribe or re-subscribe to AudioTechnology print magazine and answer the following question:
What did Simmo carry the Zoom F4 across three countries in?
[A] A Pelican case
[B] A rack case
[C] A fabric shoulder bag
[D] A flight case
Please enter your answer in the order & delivery comments box on the shopping basket page.
The competition is a game of skill that’s open to new subscribers and re-subscribers in Australia. The competition cutoff date is 5/5/17. Entries will be judged by AudioTechnology staff and winners will be notified by phone or email and announced in a following issue of the AudioTechnology magazine. The judges’ decision will be final and no further correspondence will be entered into.