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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.6 x 5.2 x 2.9"|
|Package Weight||0.8 lb|
|Frequency Range||90 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||74 dB|
|Maximum SPL||127 dB SPL 1%|
|Sensitivity||-30 dB, re: 1 V/Pa|
|Power Requirements||11-52 V|
|Operating Principle||Line Gradient|
|Operating Current Consumption||2.0 mA|
|Dynamic Range||107 dB|
|Output Connectors||3-Pin XLR|
|Weight||2.82 oz (80 g)|
|Diameter||0.83" (21 mm)|
|Length||6.89" (175 mm)|
Very good microphone. NOT top of the line but it is definitely a go to mic for everyday usage around medium background noise. Lightweight with a carrying case and mount it will do the job with minimal sound editing necessary in post production.
I bought two of these and mounted them in a movie set. Worked great, attached to and powered by my TASCAM recorder. Great results.
Ive been using a pair of these for 3 weddings a week, 9 months of the year for about 10 years. Wonderful for getting reception guest interviews with loud dj or band playing. One mic had little Phillip screws fall out about 6 years in. I replaced them with eyeglass screws and its good as new.
Great on-camera mic for a Canon XF305. Sounds great!
I had not had a microphone so good for my work as a documentalist, I would buy again, it is even very useful and efficient to record the sound using a microphone stick, highly recommended. For that price you get a great microphone, compete with other microphones of much higher prices
This is mounted on my Sony FS5, and I've been pleasantly surprised with the quality audio it delivers. It compares well against my long Sennheiser, which is just a bit too long for the camera. The AT has great clarity and voices sound full and resonant.
Excellent results from mounting on the handle of the Canon XA30. Has performed well in outdoor music festival work with lots of wind.
I have this mic on 3 cameras. It has been a great mic for picking up NAT sound. I just got back from a shoot overseas where we had to pack light. I used this mic plus a shock mount and a mono pod to boom interviews.
I bought 2 of these as shotgun mics for a Sony x70 and z150. I just wanted some decent nat sounds. I ended up buying a 3rd for by Sony F5. There mics are excellent for nat sound and I wouldn't hesitate to use them for dialogue if I needed.
I wanted a short mic to mount on my C300 Mark II in so that the boom mic doesn't stick out so much. I realize it's not a fair comparison but I compared it to my longer Sanken boom mic and decided it's not worth keeping.