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SanDisk 32GB CF Card

B&H has several deals it is promoting this week as part of NAB 2014. A quick hit of some of the highlights below. [click to continue…]

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Tascam DR-60D-1

B&H has the Tascam DR-60D XLR recorder with the Rode NTG-1 shotgun mic for $499.99. Additionally, you get PluralEyes 3, a SD card, shock mount and XLR cable in the bundle. The NTG-1 mic alone is a $250 mic. It’s a great shotgun mic. It’s not as nice as the NTG-3; however, that’s a $700 mic. There’s quite a bit of value in this kit. Check it out here at B&H Photo.

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Rode VideoMic GO-2

The Rode VideoMic GO is a latest shoe-mounted shotgun mic that is geared toward amateur and enthusiast shooters who want to add better sound quality to their video-capable compact, mirrorless and DSLR cameras.

Unlike other microphones in the VideoMic series, the VideoMic GO does not require batteries to operate and has no external controls to adjust. You don’t even have to turn the VideoMic GO on to use it. Just plug it in and, literally, go. [click to continue…]

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Rode VideoMic Go 2

Rode has introduced the new VideoMic Go as a lightweight on-camera mic that doesn’t use batteries. The VideoMic Go is mounted on an integrated Rycote Lyre shock mount and weighs a minuscule 73 grams. [click to continue…]

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RODE i16 Surround Sound Mic April Fools

After the iXY was announced back at CES 2013, RØDE has stepped up its game with the new i16 surround sound mic with 16 channels.

Check out the overview video below. [click to continue…]

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 Rode VideoMic

RØDE has updated its popular VideoMic, which now uses the Lyre suspension system from Rycote. The new orientation has lowered the microphone profile, and the plastic shoe mount has been replaced with a billet all-metal shoe for extra reliability.

The RØDE VideoMic features a high-pass filter at 80Hz and is designed for use with HDSLRs and other video cameras that offer a 3.5mm mic input. the VideoMic is powered by a 9-volt battery, which RØDE estimates will provide 100 hours of runtime.

The new RØDE VideoMic retails for $169 and should be available later this month. Check it out here at B&H Photo.

More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]

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