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Phil BalsdonRe: Boom Mic
by on Apr 12, 2012 at 9:05:29 am

I've been using a Rode VideoMic Pro as a camera top mike, works well and there's an inexpensive wind jammer available.
Got some amazing results in demanding positions.

When working with a boom pole mounted mike and no dedicated sound recordist I've been using Rode NTG 2 (normally with a Sennheiser plug on transmitter and a receiver on the camera). This way journalist, reporter or producer can roam with the mike on a grip free from cables. It would also be possible with a little ingenuity to adapt the Rode VideoMic Pro to this as it has its own built in shock mount.

I think I chose the Rode VideoMic Pro over the Sennheisser MKE 400 because of the quality of the shock mount systems, the mics are similarly priced and in performance quality.

Cinematographer, Steadicam Operator, Final Cut Pro Post Production.
http://philming.com.au
http://www.steadi-onfilms.com.au/


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