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The Zoom H2n ($199) is a handheld audio recorder with an impressive range of capabilities, including surround-sound recording. It is due out in September 2011.
Like its predecessor, the Zoom H2, the H2n has a compact, pocket-size design.
On the right side of the recorder are a menu button, jog wheel, gain adjustment wheel, and power/hold switch.
Located on the left side of the H2n are line input, volume control, remote input, headphone output, and Micro-USB. A record button is on the front.
On the front of the H2n you'll find LED indicators, as well as an LCD that presents recording mode, elapsed time, recording format, and menu functions.
Available accessories for the H2n include a tripod stand, wind screen, mic stand grip, case, remote trigger, and power adapter. A USB cable comes included.
The Zoom H2n runs on a pair of easily replaceable AA batteries.
By using the optional remote trigger, you can minimize the amount of handling noise introduced into your recording.
The H2n records to SD card memory, and is compatible with SDHC memory cards of up to 32GB.