RØDE VideoMic Pro
The new RØDE VideoMic Pro comse in at 85g (3oz) and 150mm (6”) in length.
The VideoMic Pro incorporates new features: according to the company, noise transference has been reduced using a revised shock mounting system and a lightweight cable.
The microphone ‘s two step high pass filter is designed to allow users to add a low end roll off at 80Hz that will reduce sounds such as air conditioning and outside traffic as well as mechanical or motor noise produced by the camera. A three position level control is designed to enhance the user’s control over the audio capture, providing -10dB attenuation for use when recording loud sound sources, and additionally a +20dB gain that will boost audio levels and provide a superior signal to noise ratio in many HDSLR cameras.
The VideoMic Pro is offered with a ten year warranty, following registration of the product on the RØDE Microphones’ website (www.rodemic.com). Users that register their VideoMic Pro for the free extended warranty will also receive a free DeadCat VMP furry windshield, designed to reduce wind noise when recording in adverse environments.
The RØDE VideoMic is shipping now.
For more information, visit www.rodemic.com/vmp.
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