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    No audio capability on the EXT port. The GPIO...

    No audio capability on the EXT port. The GPIO ports, one in and one out, are for logic voltage or contact closure controls. Simple external record switch and tally light for instance. Have to see a...
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    Pretty much the industry standard 3.5mm...

    Pretty much the industry standard 3.5mm unbalanced stereo input wiring. You can wire one channel of that to an XLR, but it will still be unbalanced. Wire both channels to 3-pin XLR mic and they...
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    No doubt an exceptional piece of kit. Not...

    No doubt an exceptional piece of kit. Not outrageously expensive given the quality, but still well north of $1k. Sound Devices Mixpre 3 supports feed to the camera as a mixer as well as internal...
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    I'll likely use an existing Beachtek interface I...

    I'll likely use an existing Beachtek interface I have for an old Canon camcorder at first. But a prime choice consideration would be one of the newer mini-mixer/recorders that can feed the camera...
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    A suggestion for this is to use a mini jack with...

    A suggestion for this is to use a mini jack with extended barrel threads and a matching screw collar plug on the cable to lock it in place. It is a common solution on wireless mic belt packs.
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    Use an external preamp or micro mixer feeding...

    Use an external preamp or micro mixer feeding line level to the mini-jack input. You will get much better quality sound this way on any camera, XLR inputs or not. Typically your record S/N ratio...
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