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Overview

Zoom Q2n 4K Camera for Musicians

Zoom Q2n 4K Camera for Musicians was engineered by Zoom to cater to the needs of a modern-day musician. The Q2n 4K uniquely pairs high-resolution UHD 4K video capture with up to 24-bit/96 kHz audio recording. Live performances, concert captures, documentaries, behind-the-scenes footage, even personal monitoring and evaluation — it’s all presented in crisp 4K video and lifelike stereo surround.

The five FOV (field-of-view) settings and one-button recording enable you to easily capture yourself and/or your bandmates, whether you are capturing for your online content & social media accounts or for reviewing a rehearsal or performance. A wide-angle 150° lens and onboard 120dB XY stereo condenser mics ensure you never miss a moment in front of the camera. Just point and shoot.

The twelve switchable scenes, five field-of-view settings, and an Auto mode adapt this recorder to any lighting and filming environment: dark stages to bright outdoor settings. Once you’ve got the shot, review film via the Zoom Q2n-4K’s micro HDMI and 1/8″ audio output and then share directly to Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.

Video Features

Crisp 4K video capture

Video resolutions up to 4K (at 30 fps) equip the Zoom Q2n-4K to broadcast your performances and special moments in glorious high resolution. The frame rate can be extended to 60 fps at a resolution of 1080p for smoother motion and enhanced slo-mo effects.

150° lens never misses a moment

A single Zoom Q2n 4K Camera for Musicians can capture the whole stage yet still remain close enough to get excellent stereo sound. That’s because Zoom outfitted this tiny camera with a sophisticated 150° ultra-wide-angle lens. And with five field-of-view settings, you can easily go from covering the entire band to zooming in on a single performer.

Clear imaging for dark clubs to bright outdoor settings

The Zoom Q2n 4K Camera for Musicians combines a fixed F2.8 aperture, precision optics, and powerful onboard image processing that allows you to get great footage in any environment. Choose from 12 preset scenes that cover everything from dark clubs to bright outdoor settings. Sweetwater was particularly impressed by the Concert Light scene that automatically compensates for stage lighting, ensuring that even the most energizing light show won’t ruin your footage.

Audio Features

XY mics deliver phase-coherent stereo audio

Fixed XY mics onboard the Q2n-4K deliver the stunning sound quality Zoom is known for. Whether you stick your Q2n-4K Handy Video Recorder a few feet from your acoustic guitar, hang it 10′ above your piano, or place it out in the audience while your band performs, you’ll get amazing sound in detailed stereo. An added bonus, you can disable the camera and use the Q2n-4K as a standalone 24-bit/96kHz audio recorder.

*4K video is available at 30 fps only

Share clips instantly over social media

What’s more, you can use your Q2n-4K as a webcam, allowing you to live stream your performances to Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, and more. This is just another reason why the Zoom Q2n 4K Camera for Musicians is the savvy musician/entertainer’s best friend.

  • Up to 4K at 30 fps or 1080p60 Video
  • 1/2.3″ CMOS Sensor
  • 150° f/2.8 Wide-Angle Lens
  • 5 x Wide to Tele Field-of-View Settings
  • Stereo X/Y Condenser Mics, up to 120 dB
  • HDR & 12 Presets for Optimal Exposure
  • Standalone 24-bit/96 kHz WAV Recording
  • Live Streaming, Audio Stream via iOS
  • Stereo Mini-Jack Audio Input
  • Uses 2 x AA Batteries or USB Power Bank

Spec

Video Resolution: 4K, 1080p, 720p
Video Format: MOV (MPEG-4)
Lens: 150° Wide-angle F2.0, 16.6mm
Audio Resolution: Up to 24-bit/96kHz
Storage Format: MicroSD/SDHC/SDXC (up to 256 GB)
Display Size: 1.77″
Connectivity: USB Micro-B, micro HDMI, 1/8″
Power Supply: Bus power / 2 x AA batteries / Zoom AD-17 AC adapter
Manufacturer Part Number: ZQ2N4K

Manufacturer

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