MESSE06: New Rode Shotgun VideoMic

Battery powered directional condenser microphone for use with video cameras      04/04/06

No flash plug

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MESSE06: New Rode Shotgun VideoMic


If you make videos you may be interested in Rode’s new VideoMic. It is a professional grade shotgun microphone based on the latest film industry technology designed specifically for use with high quality Digital Video Cameras.
The super-cardioid microphone exhibits low noise and an unusually wide 40 Hz ~ 20 000 Hz frequency range for its size. It is ultra lightweight, yet rugged due to it’s ABS construction. The mic is powered by a standard 9 V battery and offers a Low Battery LED status indicator and a switchable 80Hz high pass filter to reduce unwanted low frequency rumble. The attaches to any Camcorder that has the standard camera-shoe fitting and utilizes a stereo mini jack for audio output.
Features
  • Studio recording quality.
  • Rugged fibre-reinforced ABS construction.
  • 9 V battery operation.
  • Custom designed integral wind shield.
  • Condenser Microphone.
  • Low noise circuitry.
  • Low handling noise.
  • Integral camera-shoe mount.
  • Designed & manufactured in Australia.
  • Full 2 year guarantee. More From:



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