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RODE VideoMic
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RODE VideoMic

Electret Microphone from RODE belonging to the VideoMic series.

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RODE VideoMicPublished on 04/15/05 at 09:58
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Microphone for sound recording on minidisk and digital camcorder.

OVERALL OPINION

To replace my microphone on my camcorder (Panasonic GS400), it is widely better bill, and many simpa suspension system, a very good report quality / price, only the finish of the plastic is really more sense, has the time is not today I found Concurrency correct. (The Sony ECM-MS907 I've experienced a lot of breath and in addition it is more expensive 130)
I have a Rode NT1 in the cab of my studio, I am very satisfied, I can say that my Rode wins confience.

In addition, a filtage is scheduled for video on a tripod (very good avoids any mechanical noise from the camcorder and the sound source raproche) ...
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Microphone for sound recording on minidisk and digital camcorder.

OVERALL OPINION

To replace my microphone on my camcorder (Panasonic GS400), it is widely better bill, and many simpa suspension system, a very good report quality / price, only the finish of the plastic is really more sense, has the time is not today I found Concurrency correct. (The Sony ECM-MS907 I've experienced a lot of breath and in addition it is more expensive 130)
I have a Rode NT1 in the cab of my studio, I am very satisfied, I can say that my Rode wins confience.

In addition, a filtage is scheduled for video on a tripod (very good avoids any mechanical noise from the camcorder and the sound source raproche)
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RODE VideoMicPublished on 11/28/06 at 11:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See description.

OVERALL OPINION

I have used on a shoot. The suspension is quite noisy. The sound is not bad, although really insensitive. (Enough for a proper rsultat if the soundman is not bad). The set is very "cheap", but is handy as IMMEDIATE usable.
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  • Manufacturer: RODE
  • Model: VideoMic
  • Series: VideoMic
  • Category: Electret Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/25/2005

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Other names: video mic, videomic

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