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Neewer 14.37 inch Photography Camera Camcorder Uni-Directional System Condenser Shotgun Interview MIC Microphone for Canon Nikon Sony Olympus Pentax Panasonic and Other HDSLRs DV Camcoders
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- High quality with professional performance in voice pick-ups
- Wide range compatibility with All Camcorder and Digital DSLR Camera with 3.5mm microphone input socket and hotshoe (For Sony/Minolta cameras, pls apply with hotshoe adapter)
- Alternative modes for short/long distance voice pick-ups
- With anti-wind foam to eliminate noise
- Power Supply: DC1.5V
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Energy Exchange: Condenser
Power Supply: DC1.5V
Sensitivity: -45dB for short distance, -38dB for long distance
Frequency Response: 100-16035Hz
Output Impedance: 1000 ohms for short distance; 2300 ohms for long distance
Switch on. Push the switch to 'TELE' for short distance application or to 'NORMAL' for long distance application
Load batteries properly according to the '+' '-' polarities marked on the microphone battery shell.
Connect the audio frequency output cable and cap Anti-wind foam
Anti-wind foam cap
Two microphone stands
Gun microphone (14.37in / 36.5cm long / metal body)
Stereo 0.25in (6.35mm) jack to mini 0.14in (3.5mm) jack adaptor
Cable: 26.05ft (8m) 0.25in (6.35mm) jack - XLR cable
Storage box (Black)
Top Customer Reviews
Plus, the switch Tele/Normal/Off: Tele: Hypercardioid 90 degrees closed (for perfect sound isolation); Normal: Cardioid 120 degrees open (for interview at 1-2 meters).
Rode NTG2 has just the switch low-cut -80Hz instead, and is too more expensive.
You must use AGC on your camcorder to limit the gain response of the mic to avoid sound distortions!
I was using it for conducting interviews and, while editing in Premiere Pro, I noticed that it was picking up my hands whenever I adjusted my grip or passed it to someone else to speak.
For the under £20, I doubt you can find anything better. I would possibly go as far as to say that it performs almost as well as mics priced at £80+.
Give it a shot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I recommend going for better product, it failed me the second time I used.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer