Rode Videomic Pro Review

Rode Videomic Pro Review

Rode Videomic Pro Review
A true shotgun microphone designed for camcorders, DSLR cameras and portable audio recorders as primary and reference audio
The 1/2″ condenser capsule provides broadcast-quality audio via a 3.5mm connector with an incredibly low self-noise of just 14db
A super-cardioid polar pattern ensures that surrounding audio is minimised, and your recording is focused on the subject in front of the camera
The Rycote Lyre based shock mounting system provides isolation from external factors that may cause unwanted rumble and vibrations
Features a native 40Hz-20kHz response and a high-pass filter at 80Hz to prevent low-end noise such as traffic from being recorded
The -10dB level attenuation is ideal for recording loud sound sources, such as live music, motorsport, or close-up interviews
The +20dB level boost is designed for DSLR cameras to reduce noise generated by the camera’s lower quality audio circuitry

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  1. Lorenzo De Wilder

    When I film with the sound on (auto mode) and the Rode Video Mic Pro is
    plugged in, but turned OFF, I get a very bad hissing sound. How is this
    even possible? There is no sound recorded, like voices etc, (obviously
    because the Rode is turned off) but there is still the anoying hissing
    sound. What causes this? Thank you.

  2. Reviews To The Point

    Wow. This is not a Good Video, It's one of the best REVIEWS I ever seen. Very intuitive. The test with the Music and you speaking was AMAZING!  When I heard that music and you pointed the music right towards the mic, I said to myself. I am NEVER going to hear him clear now.  BUT I WAS WRONG! Totally Amazing. Do you have this same kind of Review with the Canon R800?  In the beginning it sound like your room has echoes from the walls. You think if you hang a bed sheet in those area's it would take that away?


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