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Rode VideoMic Pro Directional Super Cardioid Condenser Microphone
Rode VideoMic Pro Directional Super Cardioid Condenser Microphone

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The RØDE VideoMic Pro is a true shotgun microphone designed for use with Compact HD cameras, HDSLR's and portable audio recorders. It can be used as a source of primary and reference audio.
Abel Code RE-VIDEOMIC PRO
Mfr. Code VideoMic Pro
 
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Our price $229.00


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The VideoMic Pro features a high-resolution 1/2" condenser capsule that provides broadcast quality audio via a 3.5mm minijack connector (outputting the mono signal to both left and right channels). A super-cardioid polar pattern ensures that surrounding audio is minimised, and the recording is focused on the subject in front of the camera.

The VideoMic Pro features a +20dB level boost, which is designed for use with HDSLR cameras such as the Canon 5DMkII, Canon 7D, Canon 1D, Canon 550D/T2i, Canon 60D, Nikon D7000, Nikon D5100, Panasonic GH1 and Panasonic GH2. This boost in the microphone output allows the user to reduce the camera's preamp level (or mic-input level), effectively reducing the amount of noise generated by the camera's comparatively low quality audio circuitry.

Features

  • An innovative suspension system separates the VideoMic Pro capsule and electronics from its mount, reducing unwanted noise from external physical factors
  • Easily accessible controls on the rear of the microphone: power, filter and level controls
  • In addition to the microphone's native 40Hz-20kHz response, a selectable high-pass filter at 80Hz is available, which will prevent low end noise such as air conditioners and traffic from being recorded
  • Mounts to camera via with a standard sized shoe mount, or use 3/8" thread in base of the mount to attach a boom pole
  • Over 70 hours recording from a single 9V battery

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