That would be greatly appreciated, Gene. Peter Shutepshute2
Since I'm interested in bird song I don't need to record in the rain (too much noise with the raindrops hitting vegetation anyway) but it protects the mic fromDrew_Panko
Have you tried to use the gore membrane? they are created to isolate electronics from moisture and water up to immersion! but greater the isolation level andipelicella
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