I agree, the Sennheiser MKE600 seems like the solid choice, from the test videos I've seen, the warmth produced by the microphone is surprising, I'm about to buy myself one this month.
Lol the last question and answer: "I am a modest man"
You are a savior, thank you so much for sharing and thank you to Victor Piñeiro for your work, much love and peace man :)
What is up with all the negative down votes?
What's up with all the negative "likes"
Have two lights, both connected to a dimmer: one will represent moonlight, possibly positioned behind the actor (cool color), and one will represent sunlight, possibly positioned on the side of the actors face (warm color). For daylight, keep the sunlight on, and keep the moonlight light off: vice versa for nighttime. To transition, just dim the pair in opposite directions (so increase the intensity of the moonlight simultaneously as you decrease the intensity of the sunlight, then when the moonlight is at peak intensity, reverse the direction), and bam, you have simulated a day passing without crazy keying/effects. Practical, yet effective.