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The Rode VideoMic Pro compact design is ideal for use with HDSLR cameras, camcorders and audio recorders.

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Compact design

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Lightweight

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The Rode VideoMic Pro compact design is ideal for use with HDSLR cameras, camcorders and audio recorders. Noise transference has been significantly reduced using both a revised, more elegant shock mounting system and a lightweight premium cable.

The microphone has a broadcast-quality condenser capsule with a supercardioid pickup pattern to capture audio from the front, while minimizing pickup from the sides and rear. An integrated shockmount and foam windscreen minimize handling and wind noise to keep your recordings crystal clear.

On the rear of the mic, you'll find a 3-way level control that offers -10dB, 0dB, and +20dB modes. There is also a 2-step high pass filter with 0 and 80Hz settings, letting you minimize the impact of low frequency hum, camera motor noise, and similar distractions. The mic has a standard camera shoe and a 3/8 inch threaded mount for easy attachment to cameras and boom poles. The 1/8 inch (3.5mm) plug is compatible with a wide variety of different cameras and audio devices. The VideoMic Pro operates for up to 70 hours on a single 9V battery, allowing you to work in the field without constant replacements.

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Features

  • Broadcast recording quality condenser mic
  • Compact design
  • Ultra lightweight
  • 9 volt battery - up to 70 hours battery life
  • Integrated shock mounting
  • Integrated foam windshield
  • 1/8 inch (3.5mm) stereo output (dual mono)
  • Two step High Pass Filter (flat, 80Hz)
  • Three position level control (-10dB, 0, +20dB)
  • Camera shoe mount with 3/8 inch thread
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does anyone know if this will work with the Nikon D7100?

    It works with my D5100 so I would assume so if the D7100 has a Mic input.

  • I have a Canon t4i, does this mic record in stereo?

    It records a duplicate signal stereo output. The left and right channels are exactly the same output.

  • Will it work and mount on cold shoe of HDR-HS900 panasonic?

    If your cold shoe is standard size, is should slip right in. it has slipped into both canon, sony and Panasonic camcorders and cameras for me. For the mic to actually work your Panasonic needs to accept an external mic with 3.5mm receptacle. It definitely improved sound quality versus the on camera mic.

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