Aah, the Tram TR50...
…Takes me back over 20 years to when they first appeared.
(I was then the Sound Supervisor on a "Disease Of The Week" medical soapie …and planted many a brand new TR50 on cast members.)
...I am not saying it's a TR50 or an E6... But it cost me $68 and it works great for dialog recording outdoors...
Well, (ahem) …No.
It isn't… …and it did and does.
We've also found that the WL93's "less isolating" nature (in common with many other cheaper omnis) means that, when concealed in garments, it often "blends more smoothly" than those better credentialled alternatives, for the purpose of providing otherwise unobtainable "mixed in" coverage in tandem with a fishpoled overhead shotgun or cardioid that's picking up our widely shot foreground dialog.
Given your application, (and at great risk of "teaching Granny to suck eggs") I'd like to point out a dirt cheap accessory that I've used for decades to brilliantly "tame" both clothing and cable rustle whenever there's a need to "hide" omnis taped under acoustically transparent (we hope) garments.
It's this: http://www.bhphotovi...unt_Single.html
That Sanken RM11 mount is also able to "create" an acoustic "slot" for valuable top-end boost, should its top "edge" be slid past (on the "camera side" of) the capsule it's enclosing.
...(Beats the HECK out of the stock Line6 lav for sensitivity and clarity in my opinion.) Just my 2 cents.
Depends where, though, doesn't it ?
That Line 6 LM4 lav (that's effectively "tossed in" for free) DOES actually work very well for many of my "lecture theatre" and "conference" PA jobs, …in which omni lavaliers (at any price) will simply NOT provide enough gain before feedback.
In so doing, it also sounds a heck of a lot more natural to my old ears than many of the far more expensive (and often far bulkier and gargoyle ugly) directional lavaliers.