Zoom Q8 wide-angle, 2.3K video camera and audio recorder

The Zoom Q8 combines the power of 4-channel audio recording, interchangeable mic capsules, and a wide-angle 2.3K video camera.

Get a wide angle in small spaces or get creative with the 160º / 16.6 mm lens. The Zoom Q8 records video at 2,304 × 1,296 pixels in many different compression formats.

Zoom Q8But the Zoom Q8 isn't only a video camera, it also uses the same great XLR/TRS 1/4″ mic preamps as the Zoom H5 and H6. With Zoom's interchangeable mic capsules, you can connect two additional XLR mics, a shotgun mic, mid-side capsule, and more.

The Zoom Q8 offers a touchscreen display along with physical transport controls.

Connect the Zoom Q8 to other devices with HDMI output and USB for interface or webcam-streaming.

The Zoom Q8 is available today for under $400.

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7 years ago

I like the idea of this camera, in terms of length of recording and the interchangable mic modules but every footage video seems to have an ugly fisheye effect. Also, I’ve heard it’s suitability for livestreaming might have been overstated?

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