The RÃ˜DE VideoMic is a professional grade shotgun microphone. Based on the latest 'Film industry' technology, the VideoMic is designed specifically for use with high quality Digital Video Cameras.The microphone exhibits low noise and an unusually wide bandwidth for its size. It is ultra lightweight, yet rugged due to it's ABS construction. The VideoMic is powered by a standard 9V battery and offers a Low Battery LED status indicator and a switchable high pass filter to reduce unwanted low frequency rumble.
Microphone Type: condenser
Product Title: Rode VideoMic
Power Score: 4.8 | 3 Reviews
Microphone Sensitivity: -38 dB
Upright Bass Type: upright basses
Product Model: VideoMic
Brand Name: RODE
Microphone Type: Detachable
Frequency Band: Studio recording qualityCondenser microphone9V battery poweredIntegrated shock mountingTwo step High-Pass Filter - Flat or 80HzThree step PAD - 0, -10, -20dBRugged reinforced ABS constructionIntegrated cold shoe mount, 1/4" and 3/8" thread
Product Reviews (3)
the quality of sound is great. it holds up to the big boys. buy this mic
By dreamcatcher on Adorama - May 13, 2009
Great Little Prosumer Mic
Strengths: Includes shockmount and windshield
Weakness: 1/8 mini jack instead of XLR (not ideal for booming)
I'm impressed by what is offered here in a stereo condensor/shotgun mic. I've actually used this for V/O as well as run and gun field shooting on an HV30 and the audio quality is much improved.
Really, this mic is not for the professional, but is fantastic for someone looking for a plug and play solution for improved audio on their DV cams.
By deucebigalow4 - Jun 1, 2008
Microphone Review: Rode VideoMic
The VideoMic is not like any other accessory shoe item, in that it comes with its own innovative shock mount. The construction of the shock mount is relatively small, keeping the overall size of the VideoMic down to a minimum. However, if you have camera controls next to the accessory shoe on your camera, be aware that it may block access to them. Click below to read the complete review and find...
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By videomaker.com - Dec 31, 1969