videomic pro

Nikon D800 HDSLR Bundle

B&H has a great deal on the Nikon D800 for $2,796.95 (reg. $2,996.95 for just the D800) in a bundle that includes a free Rode VideoMic Pro shotgun mic (reg. $229) and a Pearstone Fuzzy Windbuster (reg. $29).

Check it out here at B&H Photo.

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RØDE has a great offer in giving away a free copy of PluralEyes 3 with a VideoMic Pro or Stereo VideoMic Pro through the end of the year.  This is a solid deal considered that the PluralEyes 3 is a $200 program and the VideoMic Pro and Stereo VideoMic Pro are only $229 and $299, respectively.

You can get the deal directly through B&H Photo at the above links, or check out more info on RØDE’s website.

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Carl from Digital SLR Shooter put together the above comparison video between the new Rode Videomic Pro and the original Rode Videomic.  I’m pretty impressed with the difference the +20db gain setting makes on noise for the new mic.  Thanks for sharing your test Carl. Hopefully, I’ll get a chance to try one out for myself soon.

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Rode VideoMic Pro

by on January 15, 2011

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Rode has announced the VideoMic Pro, a follow-up to its popular VideoMic that became an almost instant standard for HDSLR video use.  The new VideoMic Pro was designed to address lower noise, lighter weight and a better shock mounting system. [click to continue…]

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