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I'm looking for a lavalier microphone which can make recordings of rifle, car and other vehicles...
I know the DPA 4060 but I found on the Internet countryman C3, Rode lavalier, AKG, Audio-technica, for less dear.
In this price range, which would you recommend me ?
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BMC professional sound lavalier mic's would sound great for recording machine noise and harsh noises
I assume you are referring to the Countryman B3, I don't think they make a C3. I would NOT recommend this mic for recording the sources you mentioned above.
I have a whole stock of B3s that I use for live theatre reinforcement. They are a little heavy on the high-mids, which is a feature for my use, but I think for recording something more true, you'd want something with a flatter response.
Also, while you can get them in several sensitivities, I don't think they could handle the high SPL, transient nature of recording gunfire.