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|Weight||4.3 oz / 122 g|
|Dimensions||6.7 x 4.4 x 2.6" / 170.0 x 111.0 x 66.0 mm|
|Output Connection||Dual mono unbalanced on stereo 3.5 mm jack|
|Battery Charger||Micro-USB cable (supplied)|
|Battery Life||LB-1 Battery Life: Over 100 hours|
|Power Options||LB-1 RØDE custom lithium-ion rechargeable battery (~12 mA current draw) 2 x AA batteries (~17 mA current draw), or via micro-USB port|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||79.8 dB|
|Maximum SPL||133 dB SPL|
|Dynamic Range||118.8 dB|
|Maximum Output||7.72 dBu (at 1 kHz, 1% THD into 1 kOhm)|
|Equivalent Noise||14.2 dBA SPL|
|Output Impedance||200 Ohms|
|Sensitivity||-33.6 dB re 1 V/Pa (21.2 mV at 94 dB SPL) ±2dB at 1 kHz|
|High-Pass Filter||Selectable at 75 Hz, 150 Hz|
|Frequency Range||20 Hz to approximately 20 kHz|
|Acoustic Principle||Line gradient|
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I didn't realize this thing was going to be so much larger than the videomic pro. That's a little disappointing honestly. I like to keep a low profile when filming and this thing is as tall as my DSLR body and almost as wide/fat as the body.
The only reason I give this mic a 4.5 and not a 5 is because the connection wire to camera was not very long at all and needed to buy an extension since I was actually setting the mic up closer than the camera was. Otherwise, performed great!
I've been using this model of mic on YouTube since September 2013 in all kinds of sever weather conditions -30Â°C to +35Â°C, even damp locations but be care to not get it wet. the dead kitten does help direct rain hit the mic but no good if dead kitten gets soaked.
Why buy a $250 shotgun mic and skimp on the cable that connects it? This is not as well-shielded as an XLR cable, but it knocks the socks off standard 3.5mm stereo cables. I shoot DSLR video and wanted to easily get my Rode Videomic Pro off-camera, and this cable cut interference noise by half over...
I literally waited 8+ months to purchase a shotgun mic because I had to have the automatic on/off feature of the VideoMic Pro+ and it HAS NOT DISAPPOINTED!
I knew Rode made some good mic but was a little unsure about this kit. I went ahead and purchased it and by far blew my thoughts away. sound was perfect and I didn't even use the extra wind screen.
This mic captures really clean audio in a compact package.
This is such a big improvement over my other mic! I use this with my Canon T6i and I love the ability to turn the volume way down on the camera and use the +12db on the mic to get rid of that hissing from the camera.
Works great with my Panasonic G7
bought it for my canon camcorder, but found out after purchase it only works on cameras