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We are shooting the film in tight room with hard walls, squeaky floor and 2-3 actors. Genre would be psycho-thriller with lots of tension and pressure in voice.
I've got a limited selection of mics: Rode NTG2, Senn ME66, 416, and could possibly hire Senn MKH50 for special occasion.
Seeing that ME66 is the only one Supercardioid mic from those three, could it be an option for the clear and crisp dialogue?
How much I can win with MKH50 in this case if I decide to get it, compared to already available ME66?
I very much prefer the mkh50 over the me66, as i'm really not a big fan of the me66.
The mkh50 is the one i always use for small interiors... Sounds really really really good, as long as you can keep the mic close enough to the actors.
Also its much smaller physically wich really helps in tight locations.
I also use it all the time for micing dialog in cars with a little help from these guys.
Also we use lav mics a lot, when the light on the set forces us to keep the mic to far, or if the set is to small to move the boom as necessary
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@filipe-chagas how often are the feet actually in the shots? you could also put fabric on the floor so it doesn't interfere with the dialogue recording.